I have always prided myself on being a pretty rational girl. I don’t cry at the drop of a hat, I try to avoid getting angry for no reason and I have never been the jealous type. Some would say that I am a pretty cool girl to hang around.
Writers Archives: Jillian Peña
Last Saturday was a tough day for the ladies of the La Verne water polo team.
Between the war, terrorist attacks and events like Virginia Tech, it is amazing to me that anyone wants to get out of bed in the morning.
Comedian K.T. Tatara, who is also known as “the Poon Sensei,” offered up some interesting insights on life late Wednesday night at the final comedy show of the year.
In an aggressive and intense game against the Whittier Poets, the La Verne women’s water polo team lost its opening Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game on Saturday.
It’s 12:30 a.m. and I’m wide awake with my Starbucks grande, non fat white chocolate mocha sitting next to me. My fingers are going a mile minute as I write my breaking story that needs to go into the paper tomorrow.
Eight of La Verne’s finest made a special appearance at the intramural basketball tournament Wednesday, but the La Verne Police Department officers were not there to participate in the activities.
There is not a lot to say about Jen Kober’s performance other than if you chose to go back to your room to do homework, decided to go to bed early, or went to get dinner with your friends, then it sucks to be you.
After a long day of sprinting from class to class, dealing with enthusiastic professors, fighting for a parking space, and reacting to whatever else seems to happen in your day, there is nothing better than being able to relax to the classical melodies created by the Belrose Duo.
What is it with college? Is there some unwritten rule that says college students all must become raging alcoholics in order to have the “full” college experience?