Regarding the editorial “Free expression granted for all” [March 9], I strongly oppose the ideal of free expression at whatever cost. Too many people use the arguments of free expression as a means to force their forms of expression on others.
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What do you get when you cross a cursed pistol, a price on your head and an extremely angry girlfriend? Definitely not a Mexican.
Campus news for the week of Dec. 1, 2000.
The month of January for University of La Verne students is a time for reposing and being able to focus on their classes, being that a student takes a maximum of five units. January is the time to start easing them back into school and a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to explore worlds not always known […]
Campus and community news for the week of Oct. 27, 2000.
Plans for spring break vary from one student to the next. So what’s on their agenda? Spring break is coming soon, and the week of April 17 through the 24 will be one to remember.
Twelve students from the University of La Verne completed their Service Learning (CORE 305) requirement on an Ejido in Cuernavaca during the month of January.
Obviously the Campus Times and staff writer Deanna Reyes are under the impression that Shakespeare has not been a subject on campus before the spring semester 2000.
I was delighted to read Alisha Rosas’ article because she confirmed that we are raising young people who realize that parading in a bathing suit and agreeing to marry a man you do not know is not romance, it is sport.
After what he thought was an unorganized study trip to Mexico, senior Lehi Dowell made sure his concerns were heard.