Have you ever walked by Wilson Library at night and noticed that the top windows of the library have a shadow even though there’s no light present to create one? And if you look at them during the day, there’s that same shadow in the same place. Why hasn’t it moved even though the sun […]
February is long gone, and March is disappearing fast. But wait, has the University of La Verne forgotten something-something long due to a people whose voices have been remained unheard of with their history untold.
Say goodbye to the hope of doubling gas mileage on SUV’s in the near future. Last week, the Senate ignorantly passed a bill allowing auto makers to keep the gas mileage on SUV’s about the same as it has been.
Editorial cartoon by Jessica Lord
Next year, the University of La Verne on campus dining services will sign a contract with a new provider. Because of what is currently provided, most students still remain unhappy and unsatisfied with the services rendered by the Aramark staff.
‘Critical Thinking and Values’ or ‘Values and Critical Thinking.’ One would think that any reference to this philosophy class by using one title or the other would correspond to just one course. For most people, this would be the obvious reasoning, but for universities and colleges this minor detail could make the difference between a […]
It has been nearly six months since the tragedies of Sept. 11. And apparently, with the way the nation as a whole is acting, America is finally moving on.
“The University champions a philosophy of life that actively supports the health of the planet and its people,” proudly proclaims the University of La Verne Mission Statement.
One of the many concerns around campus is the service we have been getting from the representatives in the administrative offices. Many students ask “what is the purpose of Woody Hall?” Is it not to serve the students in order to make their school years easier? To assist the students with their concerns so as […]
To say that the newest Housing and Residential Life posters advertising next year’s selection process — “Dude, Where’s my RA/PA?” — display the competence of the current staff would be fairly accurate.