I was disturbed reading the feature on my fellow sorority sister Maisha Pryor in this issue of Campus Times.
University of what? Where is La Verne?” These are typical questions I have received over the past four years from people who are not familiar with the area.
One issue that will come before all of us at many points in our lives, in one way or another, is death. Death is a topic that many people do not think about until it happens to friends or family.
Guilty pleasures are the cheesy admirations we do not want to admit to, for fear of what others may think. I have many of them. Some I still enjoy, and others I wish I could erase from my long-term memory.
Imagine for a second that one’s fate, the future of one’s life and one’s unborn children rested upon a little pink sticker on a complete stranger’s driver’s license.
The memory is still fresh: four girls were at a party, talking about the possibility of a new sorority on campus. It didn’t sound too farfetched at the time. Jokes about a name, a mascot and colors turned into a serious discussion. Once surfaced, the idea never died.
It’s 10:30 on a Friday night, loud music, screaming and laughing are coming from a Woods Apartment, and you are the only resident assistant (RA) on duty.
The Campus Times does not endorse candidates; it does take stands on initiatives.
Gang violence is scary, and what’s even more scary is that society isn’t really sure how to cope with or solve the problem of gang violence.
The honor of being selected as a Who’s Who student is bestowed upon deserving seniors each year. The 24 students selected this year were chosen because of their prominence in academic achievement, community service, leadership in extracurricular activities and future potential. University faculty were asked to provide recommendations for seniors deserving of the award. Also, […]