It is fairly common for students to get some sort of assignment that pertains to their reading for an English class. For example, students may be reading Romeo and Juliet and they may get an assignment from their teacher in which they must pretend to be either Romeo or Juliet and write a journal detailing […]
On the way to class, a student speaks openly to his walking companion, “Hey, can we get high tonight?”
In a classroom, swastikas and anti-Semitic messages are sprawled on walls and Jewish textbooks. Shattered glass from windows flood the floor while tables and chairs are overturned. A community disturbed by the incident pleads, “Not again.”
As a society, we have passed the point at which the civil right of voting holds any value. We, as a people, have spent decade after historical decade fighting for the universal right to vote. Now that suffrage has been established among all, we have elected to ignore the privilege.
For an institution that has no athletic scholarships and emphasizes academics over athletics, the University of La Verne has a rich, successful athletic tradition.
Overnight 11.5 million people became prisoners in their own home and no one came to their rescue.
As with the beginning of every year, the Associated Students Federation Forum will soon be announcing its budget for the upcoming year. With an estimated $114,000 as the subject in question, a campus-wide concern should be in order.
Not only was its timing inappropriate, but the presence of the La Verne Police Department the first day of the school year was far too heavy.
The student community is up against two bad cases which have outraged many ULV students, especially seniors.
Promoting diversity is one of the key points to the University of La Verne’s community. It is a promise that ULV has greatly kept this past year by including a variety of speakers on cultural and social issues.