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This decision shouldn’t be rushed

There is a certain time when young adults can explore their options and figure out what they want to do for the rest of their lives. It is a time when they can search within themselves to find their true identities and their passion.

Schiavo case sparks debate

Terri Schiavo died 13 days after doctors removed her feeding tube. Her death came less than 12 hours after her parents went to the U.S. Supreme Court and had their last appeal rejected. Many have heard the story but at the University of La Verne is this really a big deal?

Not so civilized after all

At 6:08 p.m., Sept. 3, Paul Hill, a former Presbyterian minister, and the first American to sit in the electric chair for any anti-abortion violence, was pronounced dead.

Unfair voting practices target blacks

When the term "voter irregularity" is mentioned, many Americans immediately picture Florida, with its strange interpretation of the 15th Amendment.

Election proves need for change

This year's presidential election has been the scene of many precedent setting events. Some for the better, most for the worse.

Election highlights peoples’ choice

America, the land of choice, voice and Democracy. Immigrants flock here by the millions each year in awe of the rights and the power the people possess.

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