The following is a response to the letter from some members of the School of Business and Global Studies [“Letters to the Editor,” Nov. 16].
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Tents were pitched and a picture of a dove hung in the Quad as part of Tent City, a multi-faceted event organized by the Peace Studies Department, the Model United Nations, and other students and faculty.
I woke up because I had to use the facilities. I unzipped my tent, stepped outside on to the wet dewy grass. The bright yellow light blinded me and my socks got all wet.
Starting at noon on Tuesday, members of the University of La Verne community will set up a tent city to dramatize the experience of Afghan refugees.
After a month of planning, the Lordsburg Debate Union, ULV’s debate club, held its first public debate last Thursday in La Fetra Auditorium.
More than 20 students and more than half a dozen faculty members participated in the anti-war walkout on Thursday, Oct. 11, at 10:45 a.m. as a form of protest against the recent bombings in Afghanistan.
I found it absolutely appalling that some of the teachers here at the University of La Verne were actually supporting this weakly attempted rally that took place on Oct. 11.
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.
The Taliban Times was the comedic highlight Tuesday night on the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” during his monologue.
Just short of 60 years after Franklin D. Roosevelt spoke before congress declaring war on Japan, George W. Bush stood before congress on Sept. 20 and made promises to rid the world of the evil which perpetrated the murders of more than 6,000 innocent people in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania with something he has […]