After reading the Nov. 6 edition of the Campus Times, a few members of our student body became extremely concerned about a certain opinion piece entitled, “Diversity leading to destruction.”
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The Christmas list for Americans is no longer made up of what children want from Santa, but what grown-ups want from Obama as their President.
As proclaimed in everyone’s favorite mermaid movie, everything is better “under the sea.” On Dec. 3 the Campus Activities Board tested this theme and theory as they celebrated Commuter Day.
Fifteen large flags waved in the light breeze Nov. 20, representing the countries of students who attend the University of La Verne.
Seta Whitby, professor and chairwoman of computer science and computer engineering, presented her research on how student backgrounds have an effect on virtual learning.
After a successful 2008 campaign by the men’s soccer program, the team was rewarded with five members being named to the All-Conference team.
They were faster, stronger, deeper, more aggressive and more talented than their opponents. They were up by as many as 53 points late in the fourth quarter, and they could have easily scored in triple figures.
Doors slam, actors tumble around the stage and hilarity ensues when a British theater company attempts to put on a show despite an eccentric bunch of characters.
Despite all the emotion of senior day, the men’s water polo team came up short in its final conference match of the year last Saturday against the Occidental Tigers, losing 14-3.
Attention students, faculty, staff, alumni and all other fans. Men’s basketball is ready to start.