Two weeks from today I will present my senior project to professors and instructors of the University of La Verne. My project, two eight-page issues of an alumni newsletter for Phi Delta Theta, will be presented through some sort of medium — either an overhead projector, Power Point, handouts, whatever.
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Mother’s Day is May 14, Father’s Day is June 18 and Canada Day is July 1. Write down these or any other dates your parents find important.
It seems like just yesterday when I was trying to get in to UCLA because I thought it was the perfect school for me. Luckily, I was rejected from UCLA and was forced to choose from among all my backup choices, schools to which I had given almost no consideration.
University of what? Where is La Verne?” These are typical questions I have received over the past four years from people who are not familiar with the area.
One issue that will come before all of us at many points in our lives, in one way or another, is death. Death is a topic that many people do not think about until it happens to friends or family.
Sophomores Jill Montz and Pam Walls display some pre-Christmas spirit by adorning their Christmas tree with ribbons, popcorn and lights.