Campus news for the week of April 20, 2007.
The La Verne United Methodist Church held its first Earth Day celebration last Sunday. The service, “A celebration of our planet and its creator” brought about 20 local residents out to celebrate one week early.
The fair and the dark skinned, the oval and the slanted eyes, the tall and the short; all came to hear the colorfully illustrated story that gave away the stillness in the library.
Thirty-three people were killed Monday morning at Virginia Tech in the largest gun massacre in United States history.
Between the war, terrorist attacks and events like Virginia Tech, it is amazing to me that anyone wants to get out of bed in the morning.
I have to admit that the club life might not be for me after experiencing my first real night at a 21-and-over nightclub.
The city of Claremont has been associated with artists for many years.
When it comes to assigning blame for global warming, air pollution and all the rest of the planet’s ills, California lawmakers (and the lemmings that continue to support them) have no qualms about sabotaging the rights of individuals or the economy.
Over spring break I tried to think of something great to write about in my next column.
The La Verne women’s water polo team was coming off two straight losses from their first two matches when they played against Cal Lutheran on March 4.