College life is full of enough stress as it is, and with the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 and the more recent bombings in Afghanistan, there is more anxiety and stress added to the daily load.
I had the privilege of attending an extraordinary event on Wednesday afternoon.
Men’s soccer was defeated twice last week in conference matches, but still managed to score some goals and make interesting things happen on the field.
It is the reason these people get paid millions of dollars an episode. It is the reason we, as an audience, are entertained by them every week. It is the reason these individuals have become famous.
As someone who could only be described as a marginal sports person, the attitude and assumptions of those who take sports seriously often amaze me.
They have been scaring teens and adults alike for 29 years. They wait until the sun sets, then hide out in dark chambers and deserted ghost towns. From the darkness they emerge, revealing their hideous faces and grotesque expressions.
Although his face isn’t new at the University of La Verne campus, Jeffrey Kahan, assistant professor of English, will be more available and accessible to his students.
The award-winning film, “Children of Heaven,” which broke box-office records in its native Iran was shown Oct. 5 in La Fetra Auditorium as part of the How Does Your Garden Grow, monthly diversity film series.
Four members of the University of La Verne football team were suspended for two weeks by head coach Don Morel.
Coming off of a hard loss against Occidental, the La Verne Leopards were still trying to shake the monkey off their back.