There is nothing more frustrating than feeling ill and not having adequate health care. This is the season for colds and flu galore, which also happens to be right around midterms. For most functional humans, sickness can make or break academic excellence. With a few coughs and sneezes the likelihood of studying looks grim.
In today’s society there are few roles that are held in as high of a regard as that of the teacher. We dub them as mentors, educators, friends and leaders. They are under appreciated martyrs that develop the knowledge base of our community.
Despite a change in university level management, efforts spearheaded by University of La Verne students to improve working conditions for the Sodexho Marriott workers seem to be doing little good.
It is fairly common for students to get some sort of assignment that pertains to their reading for an English class. For example, students may be reading Romeo and Juliet and they may get an assignment from their teacher in which they must pretend to be either Romeo or Juliet and write a journal detailing […]
On the way to class, a student speaks openly to his walking companion, “Hey, can we get high tonight?”
In a classroom, swastikas and anti-Semitic messages are sprawled on walls and Jewish textbooks. Shattered glass from windows flood the floor while tables and chairs are overturned. A community disturbed by the incident pleads, “Not again.”
For an institution that has no athletic scholarships and emphasizes academics over athletics, the University of La Verne has a rich, successful athletic tradition.