The Campus Times was honored Saturday as the second best college newspaper and best college news Web site, based on the Times’ overall content and production quality, by the Society of Professional Journalists’ Inland Pro chapter, at its annual awards banquet in Ontario.
Writers Archives: Jaclyn Roco
A head-on collision Monday afternoon between an SUV and a pickup sent one child to the hospital after the crash sent the SUV into the Mobil gas station on the corner of D Street and Arrow Highway.
It’s 9 p.m., and the Arts and Communications Building will close in an hour.
Last month the University of La Verne Board of Trustees approved the merger of the schools of Public Affairs and Health Administration and the School of Business and Global Studies.
With all of the major stressers out there, it is no wonder some students, faculty and staff here feel they must pay a bundle to cure such things like head and body aches, colds, burns and of course, one of the more unsightly bothers of today’s superficial world – yellow teeth.
I get angry sometimes when I watch television. There has to be more to life than trying to live up to the supposed trends and images shown by flashy women.
One of the realizations I’ve had in my young age is that all of life is a catch-22.
There are two types of comedic movies Hollywood creates: one that explodes with laughter and fun from beginning to end, and one where laughter and fun implode until the very end.
It’s strange, but I’ve found myself less talkative then ever before. And since I’m female, (and since every male I know claim that women talk too much), the fact that I find myself actually enjoying my quiet moments is doubly strange.
Love is definitely over-rated. And before you roll your eyes and groan, “Great, not another ‘complain about your relationship column’,” I ask you to hear me out (especially to those of you who have been telling me to lighten up my pep talks).