LASIK Surgery Dear Editor, After reviewing the article you wrote [“Prof. Lising’s wife blinded by botched LASIK,” Oct. 24], I wanted to inform you that the LASIK industry is flat out lying and misrepresenting false success rates stating that about 95 percent of patients are a success, and 5 percent are failures. If this is […]
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Diversity Week sponsored by the Multicultural Club Council showcased the play “Horizon Line.”
The sounds of laughter and applause filled Founder’s Auditorium as Kyle Cease and opening act Ben Gleib performed their outrageous stand-up routines on Feb. 28.
Among the several activities the Housing and Residential Life hosted as a part of diversity programming and Pride Week, “Faith – Somewhere Over the Rainbow?” created an open forum for interested parties wanting to know how faith plays into the lives of the homosexual community.
Wearing rather high stilettos and more make up than most women, several drag queens graced the stage of Founders Auditorium to be a part of “Confessions of a Drag Queen” on Tuesday.
Movies opening this summer promise excitement, blockbuster special effects and new installments of many fan favorites like “Spiderman 3” and “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.”
For male students at the University of La Verne, popular trends are all about being comfortable and staying connected.
Last Friday night the bands Hopefield and … Fire! rocked the roof off of the University of La Verne’s Old Gym.
I do find it appalling that the only coverage our paper gives to the highly controversial topic of immigration is assigned to a patrician writer who chooses to focus on a negative aspect of the HR 4437 issue.
The last couple of years, have been marked by a battle between music companies and music lovers.