With a subtle wit and a world perspective, acclaimed writer and essayist Pico Iyer spoke last Thursday in Founders Hall on topics of globalization, our world and the “Global Soul,” in his speech entitled “Globalization and the Food We Eat.”
Writers Archives: Jazmine Ponce
With the good come the bad, the lame, and, “What the hell were they thinking?” Raised in the mass-pop culture MTV enriched generation, I am a child of movies and television. In my mind running wild like a rabid hamster wheel is a database of good and bad movies and television shows.
Cocaine, snow, blow — they all describe the white-powdered drug of choice during the excess world of the ’70s and ’80s that seduced millions to indulge. Along for the dangerous ride was George Jung, a typical young man out to conquer the American dream of success, money and happiness.
by Jazmine Ponce Features Editor In the ultra hip hotel The Standard on the Sunset Strip, Ted Demme, director of such films as “Beautiful Girls” and “Life” sat before a crowd of college journalists March 19 to discuss his new edgy and emotional drama “Blow” which hits theatres today. The film based on a true […]
This past weekend I allowed myself to be consumed by the Nick at Nite 80’s marathon where they were showing some of my favorite TV shows of yesteryear.
Traveling abroad to experience a new country may be a dream to some students but to students at the University of La Verne it can be a reality. The study-abroad program at ULV allows students to travel to 10 different countries through out Europe, Asia and Latin America.
Many students may notice that the Spot has had another face-lift. Over interterm renovations were made to incorporate a different atmosphere and make it more accessible for workers.
Often in the middle of the night while trying to sleep I am plagued with weird, random thoughts, rants and observations. I end up obsessing over these stupid thoughts, depriving me of my sleep even longer. With the incessant amount of television, movie and music media I consume daily, these thoughts just wander in my […]
Campus and community news for the week of Dec. 8, 2000.
Along with the rush of shopping for gifts and decorating, this holiday season also brings the prime time for movie makers to sell and market their movies.