College students account for a percentage of the population which is usually short on cash. College students support an institution that provides an education. But at the same time mandate expenses that add to student debt. These expenses range from lab fees to student activity fees and then there are textbooks.
Student Center. When thought of, images of students hanging out, having fun and playing games come to mind.
Almost out of nowhere, the United States of America was attacked by a “faceless coward” that left the nation crying for its victims, and at the same time, outraged at this tragedy.
There are too many professors who are leaving the University of La Verne to go to other schools that will provide them better financial opportunities than apparently ULV is able to.
One may assume that the simple decision of whether or not to use vegetable oil or beef fat when frying fries could make no difference in the world. Wrong according to the Associated Press, Haris Bharti who filed a class action suit against fast food chain McDonald’s claiming they have “secretly” laced their fries with […]
It seems as though extremes have been taken when dealing with China. First too soft a stance and now too much iron fist. Because there will probably never be an ideal way to deal with China, a medium needs to be reached or relations may be damaged beyond repair.
Considering that the University of La Verne is an institution of higher learning and has its own functioning student government, there should be no question in regard to it running a proper student election.
After reading the editorial entitled “Military strategies lack attention” [April 27], I found myself perplexed by logical progression of the article.
For those who are fortunate enough to have the opportunity to attend a university and for those who see their college years to the end, they are rewarded with not only an education, but also the tools that are necessary to be successful in any profession they choose to pursue after college.
The United States Supreme Court ruled on April 24 that the police have the constitutional right to arrest and handcuff individuals for minor traffic offenses and take them to jail.