I would like to commend the Campus Times for its excellent coverage of the lectures here on campus of Ring Festival La Verne, the University’s participation in the Los Angeles celebration of the arts centered around Los Angeles Opera’s production of Richard Wagner’s “The Ring of the Nibelungen.”
Writers Archives: David Werner
I wish Michael Escañuelas had taken a bit more time to consider his words in “Life in the Unemployment Line.”
It both shocks and appalls me that Mr. Gomez would, in the Nov. 14 issue of the Campus Times, lay the blame for campus misspelling and illiteracy at the foot of the English Department.
To the grammatical cretins from SAE who wrote the word “awsomest” on the Rock:
Being one of the members who spearheaded bringing Phi Delta Theta to ULV, I must opine about their current situation.
As someone who could only be described as a marginal sports person, the attitude and assumptions of those who take sports seriously often amaze me.
I certainly appreciate the intent of the Campus Times to give its writers and editors independence. However, someone needs to take the responsibility to check quotations for something approaching reasonable accuracy.
I was delighted to read Alisha Rosas’ article because she confirmed that we are raising young people who realize that parading in a bathing suit and agreeing to marry a man you do not know is not romance, it is sport.
I was dismayed by the recent Campus Times editorial “Rehabilitation not worthwhile” [April 24] arguing in favor of the execution of Horace Kelly who, if California succeeds as it intends, will be the fifth man executed recently in the State.