One job that is underappreciated, low paying, and often does not get enough credit that it deserves is being a parent. But it is not for everyone. Being a parent is the most important job that anyone could have, yet it often goes unnoticed. Parents have this little tiny life that they can hold in […]
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 […]
This is my fourth semester on the staff of the Campus Times. During that time, I have seen countless talents come and go.
On the way to class, a student speaks openly to his walking companion, “Hey, can we get high tonight?”
I just wanted to write and say I think the article you did on Laura was outstanding!!
Whenever we think about domestic abuse, the first thing that comes to mind is that we see an image of a man beating his wife or girlfriend. Not to mention the fact that it is this kind of abuse that always winds up in the newspapers. But what about when the aggressor happens to be […]
A new trend has begun in the world, where parents’ rights are being superceded in favor of a courtroom decision that is said to be in the best interest of dependent children.
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.”
For some there is an ongoing belief that after graduating from college and beginning the search for success, your greatest strength will be in who you know.
For an institution that has no athletic scholarships and emphasizes academics over athletics, the University of La Verne has a rich, successful athletic tradition.