The balance of power in the United States has recently shifted in a drastic way. The aftermath of the elections last week left the Republican Party in control of the Senate and the House of Representatives, not to mention the presidency.
There is only five minutes left for class and you have to run from Davenport to the Barkley Building. Little do you know that as you are making the mad dash to class, there is a car racing out of the Oaks parking lot through the alley between the AAIC and Barkley buildings.
According to the Office of Institutional Research, as of Dec. 31, 2001, the University of La Verne has experienced a 44 percent increase in student enrollment since 1989. ULV is growing in popularity among high school seniors in Southern California. Its diversity of programs attract these students onto our campus, but the University fails to […]
Cannabis. Pot. Weed. Joint. Mary Jane. Blunt. Chronic. However you say it, marijuana has become one of America’s darkest past times. It can ruin a politician’s career, or make an otherwise dorky teenager feel cool. It can give you the munchies, while at the same time make your head spin with paranoia.
Editorial cartoon by Christian A. Lopez
We’ve all experienced that feeling when we “just want to pass” a test. Usually when this happens, though, we forget actually learning the material.
“The University promotes the goal of community within a context of diversity. The University, therefore, encourages students to understand and appreciate the diversity of cultures which exists locally, nationally and internationally.
The setting: dark hallways and creaky wood floors. Sprawling ivy darkens the windows and you find yourself all alone.
There appears to be mixed feelings on campus regarding our nation’s participation on war against Iraq and its leader Saddam Hussein.
Last month, Campus Times suggested that President Bush should rethink his policy of going to war with Iraq.