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At last, a loss for words

Ah, the random thoughts of the college senior. Indeed, for me, the thought process is scattered as I struggle to narrow down an idea for the final Campus Times column of my college career. Attempting to scribble down all of the last minute things to do before this semester is up, I jotted down "write last column" on my "things to do" list and now I stare at this computer screen that has memorized my mug. After all, this Macintosh Power PC has stared back at me every day for the last three years.

CPA breaks sorority stereotypes

Everyone loves a good catfight. Two chicks scratching, slapping, punching and pulling hair seems so much more interesting than two guys slugging it out in an alley.

‘Let there be light!’

"And God said, 'Let there be light.'" Actually, in this case, Mike said, "Let there be light" and mark my words, there will be.

KULV deserves open ears

From 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. every weekday, the University of La Verne's radio station, KULV, broadcasts live. Students of the University are the disc jockeys. The station runs just as any normal station does. Students do not play whatever they want. They don't just show up when they want. They take the job seriously.

The next challenge to ASF

With Homecoming behind it, the Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum still has much to do before the semester is over.

Letters to the Editor

On behalf of both the men's and women's basketball and volleyball teams here at the University of La Verne, we would like to extend a great thank you for your lasting support of the need for a new floor in our Student Center gym.

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