Living on campus is a privilege that many students look forward to. Year after year students flood into the dormitories, unpack, get themselves acquainted with the facilities and befriend their Resident/Program Assistant.
Editorial cartoon by Christian A. Lopez
Imagine your elderly mother is lying in bed at home with the flu. She is so ill you need to take time off work to take care of her. Your pay will be cut for you to go home to be there for her — just one more inconvenience you need.
Run, run, run! As you breathlessly turn the back corner of Woody Hall, you halt to check the board of closed classes for next semester. Core 340 – closed. What about 310? Requires transportation and 15 hours outside of class. And 320? It is three units and you are already planning to enroll in 15. […]
They are invading. On tables, on the floor, in your mouth and in your bed, they are everywhere. They are so fast-moving that not even the quickest draw could assassinate these creepy crawlers. They are scavengers attacking every morsel of food in sight.
What goes into the food you buy and consume? If you have ever asked that question, you were probably stumped and had no clue as to what goes into your groceries or into your fast food burger.
Whoever said that men start wars was almost right. The main thing nowadays that starts wars is oil — black gold. Men just help it along.
The faces of students at the University of La Verne never seems to change. Except for the expected slews of new, incoming students essential for the future growth of our University, the sea of faces here at ULV remains familiar for long periods of time.
According to the Oxford Dictionary, a patriot is someone who “is devoted to and ready to support or defend his or her country.”
A bill being debated in state legislature would require all California public schools, grades K-12 to phase out mascots that are deemed derogatory, and stereotypical to certain groups and ethnicities etc.