Considering that the University of La Verne is an institution of higher learning and has its own functioning student government, there should be no question in regard to it running a proper student election.
Writers Archives: Isela Peña
It’s only been four months into President George W. Bush’s administration, and international crises follow one after the other.
On Monday, the American Volleyball Coaches Association, in conjunction with Molten U.S.A., posted an announcement on its website stating that they were “pleased to announce Clarke College as the 2001 Molten Division III Men’s Invitational Volleyball Championship Midwest/West representative.”
In a country that encourages individuality by upholding every citizen’s right to free speech, what would happen if that right were somehow taken away or perhaps not granted at all?
The concerned students organizing on behalf of Marriott employees are doing just the sort of thing those with a conscience ought to.
The ad campaign run by the Los Angeles Avengers, the new local Arena Football League team, caused a stir. By now, most motorists have seen the large, all-text billboards that have been posted by the team. The edgy ads, some of which allude to sexual acts, are designed to catch one’s attention first, and then […]
In photographs, prolific killer Javed Iqbal appears proud of himself. There is no obvious remorse on this man’s face. In fact, when Judge Allah Baksh Ranja announced that Iqbal would be executed the same way he strangled and hacked his 100 young victims, then dissolved them into acid, he only smiled.
For journalists, the famous words, “Free at last! Free at last! Thank God Almighty, I am free at last!” are not common.
A little girl is looking at you. Her eyes seem to tell a sad story. They show a struggle and look older than they should. A man is dignified today and works his fingers to the bone. An old woman is making tortillas and her wrinkled hands seem to know the process well. A young […]
More than a year after the incident occurred, questions remain unanswered and protesters continue to march over the perceived injustice in the killing of an 18-year-old Rancho Cucamonga man.