Friendship is something that is very important to me. I am often upset when I hear people say there is no such thing as a platonic relationship between a man and a woman.
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The social structure of ULV is no better than a sewing circle full of 80-year-old women. In the two years that I have spent here, I have seen the best and the worst of the dirt slinging and even at times been part of it. The question that repetitively comes to me is, Why? Why […]
With all the negative occurrences in society, it is a pleasant change to shed light upon positive influences and impacts. At the University of La Verne, various support groups have been made available to the student population and for good reason.
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.
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.
In my almost two and a half years at the University of La Verne I have come to despise a saying that seems to enjoy never-ending popularity at this institution: “Get involved. You will have so much fun.” Get involved in what?
It seems the word college automatically brings to mind one other word, partying. That, in turn, brings to mind alcohol.
Being photography editor this semester gave me the wonderful opportunty of expressing my feelings to the ULV community. Deciding what to write for my last column was harder than I initially thought. I tossed and turned in my bed, hoping that a jolt of genius would slap me out of confusion.
Often I have felt that there is no hope at the end of the tunnel. The light is not shining — I am blind. I see no solution, no hope, no laughter. I have wanted to give up and end this maze, this mess, this pain of college.
When I began college three years ago, I imagined the next four years at the University of La Verne to include nothing more than endless nights of term-paper writing, numerous study groups and pots and pots of fully-caffeinated coffee.