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.
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 […]
Teachers have the power to influence a student, whether in preschool, kindergarten, high school or college.
With all the editorial column inches we have given to teachers failing to meet expectations, it is time to shed light on one who far exceeds any standards for teaching excellence.
As a public school teacher and a ULV adjunct professor, I was a bit taken aback by the Oct. 13 editorial, “Teachers Need More Experience.” I am also a bit unsure which cursory statement the editorial made that I find most egregious, but there were many.
Despite the ongoing criticism that can be endlessly placed on the Office of Housing and Residential Life, that department will always have one major asset in its defense — they provide an unparalleled environment for your college experience.
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.