Fraternities and sororities, being student organizations, serve a primary purpose to create environments for college students to form friendships by choosing the Greek organization that best suits one’s preference.
This year’s presidential election has been the scene of many precedent setting events. Some for the better, most for the worse.
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, better known as AIDS, is the awful disease that only drug addicts, homosexuals and sex-crazed disturbed individuals contract, right?
When one thinks of La Verne, they usually associate the city with the University of La Verne.
For people affected with medical problems including diabetes, Parkinson’s and strokes, throughout the country, the question of why they are struck with the disease is foremost in the minds of the afflicted. Recent scientific studies may be closer to answering these questions, but the answer is not going to be popular: people are causing their […]
America, the land of choice, voice and Democracy. Immigrants flock here by the millions each year in awe of the rights and the power the people possess.
Recently the California Supreme Court has allowed police officers to break down doors, ransack homes and point guns to children’s sleeping heads. Justices have ruled, in a unanimous decision, that police officers can search homes for evidence even if they list the wrong address on a search warrant.
When students hear that tuition is increasing, they often wonder where all their money is going. As many students know, a portion of their funding goes to support the Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum, which, in turn, plans activities and functions for the students to enjoy themselves. One of the much anticipated activities that has […]
Standing in line at the Spot is generally a small price to pay for the exemplary service provided by the staff followed by the tantalizing taste of items from the grill menu. But despite the improvements that have been made in the food industry at the University of La Verne, there is a new issue […]
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.