Beatle John Lennon once said “life is what happens while you’re making other plans.”
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Every profession has its share of individuals who make the job either embarrassing or discouraging for others involved in that particular field.
With the conclusion of 1999 little more than a month away, discussion of the year 2000 and of exactly what the future entails has continued to stir the society in which we live.
It is sad to say that, as a society, we have truly failed to move past the issues of race and discrimination that have plagued our nation since long before the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.
Perhaps the most anticipated occurrence to recently envelope the local Roman Catholic community is the pilgrimage of Our Lady of Guadalupe, a patron of hope for Mexicans, specifically.
Enough is enough. The boundaries enclosing the gift and value of conception have not only been crossed, but they have been altogether depleted.
Senior Survival Seminar. The event seemed initially unnecessary, and its context intimidating, but the lessons it brought Wednesday to an estimated 30 University of La Verne seniors can be considered more than priceless.
Among the stereotypes of a college life are the excessive hours of study and loads of stress to which students are often prone. With those expectations, however, the perception that alcohol serves as a “relaxer” or “happy drink” for college students is also included.
Nune Gazdhyan’s column in the Campus Times was so true! We as students pay way too much money for the quality of the food here at school.
” … I will honor and cherish you, in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health, for richer or for poorer …” For many years, the traditional wedding vows have served as a verbal announcement and binding of a couple’s promise to one another. That testimony of love has unfortunately lost its […]