I really did try to make my last column for the Campus Times something worth reading about. I wanted something that would be interesting to all and tried to stay away from the typical evaluation of the college experience, not that there is anything wrong with that necessarily.
Writers Archives: Andres Rivera
Students had to take turns to accept the many awards announced at the Inland Southern California Society of Professional Journalists 2007 Excellence in Journalism Awards on Saturday.
When finding out what skin care products to purchase, it is a good idea to know what skin type you belong to.
Two years ago people suffering from obesity and addiction saw a new avenue in their fight as scientists offered anti-addiction drugs that would help.
Chanel Kaufman and Tia Brandt were elected president and vice president of the Associated Students of the University of La Verne after polls closed Wednesday.
I don’t attend many art openings or go around looking for new and enlightening museum exhibits for a living, but when I do get the chance at stopping by for a quick look, the artwork displayed always seems to lure me in.
Traffic in Old Town La Verne was at a standstill Saturday as classic cars reclaimed the streets at the 18th annual Cool Cruise VII Car Show.
Among the variety of antique shops and artistic havens in downtown Pomona, University of La Verne alumnus Terry Dipple proved it is never too late to follow your passion with the opening of Ink’d Chronicles, a tattoo studio and art gallery.
Joining past honorees like Sara and Michael Abraham, Terrence Deal and Rob Fukuzaki, Dr. James Swift was the recipient of the President’s Award at the annual dinner gala on Saturday.
Ah, Feb. 29, such a rare occasion that we are blessed with your presence. After years of accumulating the few extra hours, 365 days become 366.