It is with great sadness that I write my last column for the Campus Times. This is not a completely unhappy event—I have learned so much throughout the time I’ve spent on staff.
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Every once in a while, a musical comes around that I become obsessed with. In musicals, life is simpler, and you know you can always have a happy ending.
Barack Obama and I have something in common. We are both completely attached to our e-mail.
OK, fine, I’ll admit it. I am a total nerd. At the risk of losing future dates and letting my friends find out I’m not cool (which I guess they know already), I will use full disclosure in this column.
Give me a musical any day. I would much rather watch a black and white movie over a gross-out teen flick with bad dialogue. I have to admit that I’m a classic Hollywood fan—ever since I was little, I’ve been obsessed with movie stars and their old-school glamour.
My most treasured possession is an old, ratty t-shirt. It is faded white and has a tiny hole on the shoulder.
The world is struggling these days. Our economy is disastrous, and the country has been kidnapped by the presidential elections.
Last week, we published a story about enrollment being down at the University of La Verne, and I started to think.
I thought about writing something serious for this column—maybe something about the presidential debates or the economic crisis.
Some of us complain that La Verne does not really have much to offer in terms of fine dining (no, Davenport doesn’t count as a culinary experience, unless that experience is the Freshman 15.) But since I grew up in La Verne, I’ve had much time—and many meals—to experiment with the local fare. I’ve come […]