Every Wednesday, the Associated Students Federation Forum meets to decide exactly how its immense budget will be spent. That money belongs to the students, yet ASF seems to think that the money is theirs to do with whatever they please.
As a result of all of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, one would think that this holiday season would be one filled with genuine holiday spirit. Think again.
Often overlooked because of its small size and limited resources, the University of La Verne is home to some outstanding athletes. Currently illustrating this point is the women’s volleyball team, which competes today in the NCAA Division III National Championships in Whitewater, Wis.
Starting in the month of December, individuals driving in the state of New York who are caught talking on their cell phones will be cited with a $100 fine. This movement, which began in 1996 when assembly man Felix Ortiz witnessed a car crash that involved someone on their phone, is now beginning to affect […]
When publicly elected officials have the power to work in secrecy, what have we, the public, lost? When a right to gain access to information that should be deemed “public” is denied, where do we turn to in order to learn from our mistakes?
Ah; the winter time. A time when students get to relax. A time when students can take a break from the heavy loads they take on during the Fall semester and revel in the light, five unit schedule that they will succeed in during the January Interterm.
This year’s Homecoming festivities were run by an organization which seems expert at sabotaging itself. The Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum clearly attempted to put on a good show this year for the alumni, but the end results were moderate to disastrous.
The widespread paranoia of terrorism that often finds its roots in racism has surfaced in Anaheim.
Since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, more than 900 people have been arrested and jailed under suspicion of terrorist involvement.
We have seen Davenport evolve over the past few years and have watched as they have made numerous futile attempts at becoming a better place to eat. The staff has changed, the directors of dining have changed, but nothing that is provided for the students has changed.