I spent a lot of time pondering what I would write about for my last Campus Times column.
Writers Archives: Amanda Stutevoss
The concept of reality TV has finally reached the big screen in the movie “The Real Cancun” and is showing audiences nationwide the uncensored side to reality TV.
It is 7:15 a.m. when University of La Verne seniors Michelle Powell and Vania Joseph enter the Arts and Communications Building. Powell’s eyes are shaded by the tint from her sunglasses: a strategic move to hide her weariness. Rustled papers and enormous notebooks fill her hands. Joseph saunters in with a cool relaxed confidence.
In the midst of a war, it is hard to focus on anything else, especially for students who are directly affected by the war in Iraq.
I have not been feeling well lately. I struggle to get out of the bed in the mornings. I fight to keep my eyes open during lectures. I have been plagued with a wicked stomach ache when I realize that I have to go to class in the mornings. I don’t think that it is […]
In a late Wednesday decision, the Greek Review Board has decided to reinstate the Cal Rho Chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity pending specifications and certain restrictions.
I am scared of the dark. I sleep with a night light; my heart races when I walk to my car at 2 a.m. alone leaving from someplace, and I am not afraid to admit that I feel safer when I have double checked the lock on my door 15 times before finally retiring into […]
With the shadow of the groundhog appearing on Feb. 2; we were cursed with six more weeks of winter. However, the sudden surge of sunny weather has driven masses of people to the one place that guarantees a bronze complexion in the winter the tanning salon.
I realized that I was different at an early age. I believe that it was the fourth grade when I discovered this.
Director Alan Parker (“What’s Eating Gilbert Grape,” “Evita”) delivers twists and turns in his seductive crime thriller, “The Life of David Gale.”