I would like to commend writer Robert Penalber for highlighting the important Migrant Education Summer Institute in your first publication of the year.
Writers Archives: Alisha Rosas
First off, as an alumnus of the University of La Verne and a founding member of Phi Delta Theta, I am extremely disappointed in the fraternity for the actions committed following the preference dinner.
I never liked feeling insignificant. When I first came to the University of La Verne, along with 440 fellow freshmen in 1998, I was irrelevant. My only goal was to find a way to stick out.
It is not about winning or losing for freshman track and field athlete Eric Thomas. It is only about running against the clock.
Results from the first year of a three-year salary plan to improve the compensation to faculty, administrative and professionals (A&P) and classified employees at the University of La Verne show that progress is being made.
I received the book “Children’s Letters to God,” compiled by Stuart Hample and Eric Marshall, shortly after my sister Rachel was born.
A little girl running from a napalm raid, monks setting themselves ablaze and numerous massacres are Vietnam War images that have scarred America, her people and wars forever.
I am not a baby killer. I am a woman who believes in choice. Pro-choice people know that life begins at conception and that fetuses are alive. After all, a fetus represents potential human life. However, only live human beings, already in existence, have human rights, which are guarded by the Constitution. Abortion is legal, […]
I wonder what would happen if I stopped writing these columns. If one day my column was no longer here, and another person’s smiling face and writing appeared. Would students complain or even bother to ask why?
Ed Mervine, director of financial aid, left the University of La Verne on Tuesday, March 20.