Dear Editor, The opinion piece “Boomers, spend as you please,” featured in the Sept. 16 edition, forwards the assertion that your generation is somehow wracked by “obvious laziness.” On what criteria do you base your measurement of obvious laziness? From what moral or intellectual ground do you draw the right to identify a whole generation […]
Writers Archives: John Patrick
Regarding March 7’s editorial, “USA: Prison capital of the world,” I think that when asserting that, “for all the money spent on corrections today, there has yet to be a clear and convincing improvement in pubic safety,” the staff of the Campus Times should have actually cited some sort of evidence or study to back […]
Just a thought, but doesn’t the name “No sex or latex” seem a little misleading when applied to an event that is supposed to encourage condom use?
The graduation season will soon be upon us, and as has traditionally been the case, many of the editors of the Campus Times will be writing their final column, a sort of journalistic version of The Beatles’ “ In My Life.”
Army Cpl. Bernard Corpuz, a University of La Verne alumnus, was killed on June 11 in Ghanzi, Afghanistan by an improvised explosive device during a small arms fight.
Have you heard? It is finally here! We’ve got one and it is going to make everything okay. That’s right folks, a mere two and a half years after invading Iraq, the President of the United States of America has developed a strategy for winning the war.
Campus events for the week of Nov. 11, 2005.
I was glued to the T.V. for most of the night this past Tuesday. It was election night, an event that for people like me tends to be more exciting than the Super Bowl, the World Series, and the World and Stanley Cups combined.
This past month, I attended the Society of Professional Journalists’ national convention in Las Vegas as a voting delegate.
Campus and community events for the week of Oct. 28, 2005.