Even if the results from last weekend’s NCAA women’s volleyball western regional playoffs were not in favor of the Leopards, one thing can be said for the event held in the Supertents – it was the quintessential collegiate sporting event. It is a site rarely seen by athletes or spectators.
In life, sometimes, there are friends or acquaintances you are destined to meet. Some change your life for the better and maybe one or two of them change your life for the worse. It seems there is a synchronicity in life where the people around you are destined to be there to influence, educate and […]
Competition is a good thing. But the XFL, the football league to begin play in February 2001, is far from competition for the NFL. It is something more along the lines of a twisted spin-off.
In response to the article “Broken machine brings Spot woes” [Oct. 27] I would like to say that some ULV students do not understand that Aramark Food Corporation is a business and should not be responsible for managing the finances of ULV students.
Gay, straight, bisexual, transsexual, whatever, we all still have the right to be treated the same. At what point in our lives did we stop enjoying people for simply being people and begin to judge them? For the most part there is a common consensus that people are allowed to express their individuality but sometimes […]
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.
Most would agree that La Verne is not like many college towns when it comes to providing opportunities for students to get away from the classroom environment, relax and enjoy the company of good friends.
When I was a little girl, I used to dream of being a fashion designer until I realized that I could not draw or design anything worthwhile. Then my energy led me to the road of writing. I can still remember my third grade teacher encouraging me to write whatever it was that I wanted. […]
Many times in our society, the actions of a child are blamed on the parents. It is a commonly held belief that a child acts as his parents have taught him to act, and thus the parents should hold partial responsibility, if not shoulder the entire blame for their offspring’s actions.