Recently, while out shopping with inmates, a convicted rapist escaped from two “supervisors” in downtown San Bernardino. It was later learned that 10 inmates had fled from the institution in 37 days.
Okay, Danny boy, you and your people have had your fun; now how about letting me and my group get in on a little of the action, too?
That good ol’ Christmas spirit comes on more slowly than it used to. But it comes, and at the University of La Verne, the Christmas spirit has finally arrived.
Columbia, the pride of NASA and the nation, completed its second mission last Saturday. Although this was the first time a space vehicle has been used twice, the space shuttle may prove to be a lemon in the long run.
With the magnitude of problems facing the Reagan administration today, there is no room left for the squabbles that have been producing headline after headline. How can the President hope to devise a successful economic solution if he can’t control the members of his cabinet.
Last week’s sports story “Spikers Defeat Occidental, Move Into First Place Tie,” suggested that the local crowd intimidated Oxy with nasty remarks.
It won’t put food into hungry mouths right away, and it will not help balance a national budget that has grown faster than a debutante’s allowance, but the space shuttle Columbia is worth every penny of the $8.8 billion it has cost.
“I’m gonna blow,” I kept repeating to myself on Build La Verne Day Wednesday.
Why must others suffer from one person’s mistake? The answer to that question, if there is one, may hardly seem justifiable. But there is one thing for sure: it has left the University of La Verne baseball team pondering over it.
It was a night for celebrations. The women’s volleyball team had just defeated Occidental College to assure it of at least a tie for the conference title, and the jubilant players, fans, and coach departed from the Supertents feeling satisfied and victorious.