Another annual spring event at the University of La Verne has come and gone with inappropriately little campuswide attention. No, it is not the take-off-your-clothes and head to Cancun spring break, nor the men’s volleyball team’s trip to finals in Pennsylvania.
There are many concerns about the housing program here at the University of La Verne. The buildings are out-dated, dirty, ant-invested and down-right expensive.
President George W. Bush should be congratulated for finally unveiling the long-delayed road map for peace in the Middle East, which would establish a Palestinian state and end 31 months of violence.
As Earth Day approached and passed for another year, we are reminded of our duty to do our part in saving our planet.
Walking through the University of La Verne campus, it is not hard to miss the apathy students have towards this school.
To quote the words of President George W. Bush, “You can’t say one thing and do another.”
In what is supposed to be a humanitarian process, the Bush administration has turned the reconstruction of Iraq into a controversial and competitive issue.
The first 16 words of the First Amendment clearly states our governmental policy on religion. As Thomas Jefferson stated in 1802, the United States was to set out a “wall of separation” between church and state.
With news channels in all-war-all-the-time mode, it’s hard to miss the play-by-play media coverage of the controversial Gulf War II, thanks to the Pentagon’s clever program of embedding reporters with America’s troops.
We have all driven down the overcrowded Los Angeles freeways and seen gas-guzzling sports utility vehicles driven by people who suddenly cut us off to get to the off-ramp they almost missed, simply because they were not paying attention.