Army Cpl. Bernard Corpuz, a University of La Verne alumnus, was killed on June 11 in Ghanzi, Afghanistan by an improvised explosive device during a small arms fight.
Writers Archives: Bailey Porter
There’s bad TV and then there’s useless TV. Why is it that with only two weeks left of school and plenty of papers and research to occupy our time, we spend pointless hours in front of the TV? Television that’s so useless we know from a logical and academic point of view that there is […]
While debate continues at the federal level over making the morning-after pill, or Plan B, available over-the-counter, confusion at home has left many California women confused about access to emergency contraceptives.
A week ago, my mom and I stopped at a small grocery store near my house. We placed the Granny Smith apples, gallons of milk and Flamin’ Hot Cheetos (the real purpose of our late night shopping spree) on the conveyor belt and prepared to be ignored by the checker, an increasingly disturbing occurrence at […]
When I was in middle school, I bought a T-shirt from World Wildlife Fund. The front was filled with a striking silkscreen image of a silverback gorilla and the back read: “Extinction is forever.” I loved this shirt with its 1990s oversized-style and biting statement about the fragility of animals and their natural habitats. I […]
The autumnal equinox has replaced long summer days which means I have only a little over half an hour after my class ends at 6 p.m. to beat the sunset on my drive home to Monrovia. I made my own deadline tonight.
Armed with my syllabi, I marched into the University of La Verne Bookstore. Since classes have already begun, there were few used books so I grabbed as many as I could and decided not to even look at the prices when I had to opt for the new texts. Just after finalizing my student loans […]
One of the most important virtues to have a good hold on is honesty. It’s a relatively simple concept that many people cannot seem to grasp.
President Steve Morgan has called on a task force to identify problem areas with the school’s budget and re-allocate $8 million in the University’s operating budget during the summer and into the fall semester.
University administrators have provided reasonable assurance that performance scholarships will be preserved, despite rumors that the awards would be phased out or even cut from next year’s budget due to the institution’s growing budget deficit.