Finally, graduation! I can’t believe it is actually here. I’m finally graduating.
Writers Archives: Katherine Hillier
Rachel McCarthy-Moya is unhappy. She loved her kafia. It was a great fashion find and almost nobody was wearing it – at least not for the sake of fashion.
Customers stream onto the airplane and breathe a sigh of relief. There’s no first class – everyone gets his or her own television and fluffy leather seat. No, this isn’t Virgin Atlantic; this is JetBlue, today’s hippest airline cruising the skies. And with friendly flight attendants clad in stylish uniforms serving gourmet snacks, JetBlue has […]
On Saturday more than 100 people turned out at the University of La Verne’s Sneaky Park to race in support of Lupus research.
Last Wednesday was a sad day for the rights of women. In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court voted to uphold the “partial birth abortion” ban act, and as a result, American women have lost some of their freedom.
Thirty-three people were killed Monday morning at Virginia Tech in the largest gun massacre in United States history.
The corporate world was just not cut out for Rod Crowell.
Late at night, when darkness swallows the streets of Kolkata, India becomes a mystical paradise.
Spending as little as one hour in front of the television everyday can cause negative physiological changes in brain activity like Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children and Alzheimer’s disease in adults, according to a report in the British journal Biologist last month.
This is my last semester in college and I must say I have a serious case of senioritis.