Tag: angelica martinez columns

Saying goodbye cannot be learned

I thought I had taken every course necessary in order to graduate from the University of La Verne. I assumed I had taken every required class for my major. But I was mistaken.

Students matter more than tuition

It is no surprise to anyone just how overpopulated the campus has become in the past two years.

Negative societal norms define decade

With only three months left in 1999, defining moments in the near future will become additions to a decade of stark contrast and change.

Housing Office needs to reevaluate process

With the end of the school year just days away, one would think housing problems are non-existent -- at least until fall that is.

Society misunderstands journalistic objectives

For the past few weeks, negative statements have been made in regard to the media and its relationship to the troubles in our society.

Letters to the Editor

I am writing in response to last week's column, "Bilingual advantages immeasurable," written by Angelica Martinez. It seems as though Miss Martinez has a strong opinion about the issue of bilingual education being incorporated into California school systems, but I hate to differ.

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