So the Enron investigation continues, leaving thousands of former employees and those of its accounting firm, Arthur Andersen, LLP., with an embarrassed/queasy feeling in their stomachs, along with the anguish of being unemployed.
Whatever goes on below the surface of the water is fair in this game (just as long as the players do not get caught by the referee).
Whoever said achieving peace was a lost cause did not count on the upcoming peace day taking place April 9.
Director David Fincher (“Seven,” “Fight Club”) falls short in his latest thriller “Panic Room” by not delivering what is promised in the title.
A proposal for a “hybrid” course has come up as a supplement to improve the standard ULV class model. Instead of attending class, students would have the opportunity to take some course hours on the Internet.
Mail center clerk Ernie Granillo has come to rely on his personal radio to listen to KULV while working in the Student Center mail room.
Eight University of La Verne students, accompanied by Richard Gelm, chairman of the political science department, traveled to New York during spring break to attend the five-day national Model United Nations conference.
This past week, I stumbled into true love. Actually, I think cupid shot one of his arrows straight into my heart.
Have you ever walked by Wilson Library at night and noticed that the top windows of the library have a shadow even though there’s no light present to create one? And if you look at them during the day, there’s that same shadow in the same place. Why hasn’t it moved even though the sun […]
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity will not function as a fraternity until September 2003 following a disciplinary suspension, according to fraternity President Shane Haldeman.