The air today seems less brown then it did nearly 10 years ago.
Writers Archives: Allison Farole
As I finished up my classes and I turned in my senior project I felt like I was inching a step closer to the “end.” But I soon came to find out that the “end” was not here, realistically.
On the eve of the eighth anniversary of the Columbine shootings last Thursday, the parents of 17-year-old Matthew Wanamaker reported to the La Verne Police Department that their son was missing and their gun safe containing loaded rifles, handguns and $1,000 in cash was also missing.
A little motivation seems to go a long way in my eyes. Lately, I have been feeling the pressures of graduation, getting a job, succeeding and just becoming that person you are expected to become.
Around 40 University of La Verne community members gathered at The Rock Wednesday to remember ULV alumna Candace Green, who died April 1 in a swimming accident.
Every college student deals with the pain of juggling a job, school and a social life.
Bringing together three diverse scenarios, Jeremy Popkin, a history professor at the University of Kentucky, discussed the role of the Haitian Insurrection and its similarities to the French Revolution and South African Apartheid on Wednesday.
The Internet to me is my communication tool. For the hectic college lifestyle this is the quickest way for me to set up appointments, say hello to friends, do research and of course browse through the inevitable MySpace, Facebook and those hilarious YouTube videos.
To commemorate Black History month students gathered at the Rock to show support on Feb. 28.
As I prepared for my trip, many questioned why? Why India? They always said it like it was a bad thing.