You think you’re busy? Try being senior Nancy Ikari for a day.
New fashion trends appear on the scene every day. Clothes, jewelry, shoes and accessories change every season.
Ginseng, aromatherapy, Tai Chi and St. John’s Wort are just a few of the more widely-known terms associated with the ever-growing phenomenon that is alternative medicine.
Finding a four-leafed clover usually is double the good luck. Wearing green to school to avoid getting pinched is a life-saver. To dye rivers, food and beverages green is just the beginning. There is a lot more to St. Patrick’s Day than green food and clovers.
A new club has enriched the variety of organizations at the University of La Verne. The Society of Leaders’ (SOL) purpose is to bring clubs together and open the school up to the outside community.
Strength and determination are the words that come to mind when one tries to describe senior Alejandra Rojo.
Four years before the attack on Pearl Harbor, Japan declared war on China. Within weeks in late 1937, Japanese troops occupied large parts of Northern China, an area where American missionaries from the Church of the Brethren were active. Three of them were carried off by the Japanese and disappeared on Dec. 2, 1937.
There is something to be admired about France and some of its beauty. Is it the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, the cheese, the wine, the people?
I do not consider myself to be obese, but the description of “waif” would never be used either. Taking a look around campus, I think I am average. But on a good day I barely stand five feet four inches tall and, according to health and weight experts, 10 to 20 pounds overweight.
Sinister tales of crime, drugs and even murder are a part of Clyde Weems’ past. Yet, the 21-year-old basketball player and aspiring rap artist said he overcame tragedy and the temptation to get rich fast with the help of his family and his faith.