Although a majority of University of La Verne students’ sex lives are impacted by their academic demands, more than two-thirds say they are satisfied with their level of physical intimacy, according to a recent poll conducted by the Campus Times.
Writers Archives: Kenneth Todd Ruiz
That’s right, it’s time for the year end wrap up. My final opportunity as editor in chief to subject our readership to, well, whatever I want.
Budgetary belt-tightening in response to an unexpected deficit at the University of La Verne this year will continue into next year to keep the school solvent.
With this semester’s final round of deadlines and air shifts coming to a close, three students in the communications department stand poised to take charge next semester.
Brutality and horror dominate the headlines. Discussions of murder, torture and decapitation replace water cooler small talk. At stake is what this all means for us as Americans.
In a public relations blunder for the University of La Verne, the faculty assembly voted Monday to deny a motion that would have conferred an honorary doctorate to Congressman David Dreier, who delivers the graduate school commencement address later this month.
This is an important time of the year for me. Most every man will tell you their mother is the best in the world.
I would like to settle something. For the record, once and for all. I do not work for the CIA, nor am I an NSA spook. Wherever I travel some people either openly accuse or quietly imply this of me. I just happen to speak some Arabic and think hanging out in places like Afghanistan […]
Rebecca Cote is your typical over-committed, over-achieving University of La Verne student. As a senior journalism major, she is busy with a full load of classes, including editing the La Verne Magazine and finishing her senior project.
With the passing of another academic year, another commencement of the University of La Verne’s senior class is upon us.