Editorial cartoon by Matt Hill.
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Imagine seeing your neighborhood on fire. You are asked to evacuate your house because it is in the direct path of destruction.
In what has been labeled “Torturegate,” the Bush administration is facing another allegation of deception and depravity after New York Times stories last month uncovered the administration’s torture tactics of imprisoned detainees.
The general education requirements at La Verne are going through some drastic changes.
Credit card companies are everywhere using any means possible to grab students’ attention and urge them to purchase their buying power.
On Oct. 1, 41-year-old Donna Nasmyth was sworn in to serve on the La Verne City Council.
Since students are continuously online either researching for papers or projects, the online newspaper has become great resource for those who would never take the time to read the print copy of a newspaper or pay the small fee.
Just when many of us think that the civil rights turmoil of the 1960s is past and that America has turned its back on its racist past, an incident like the trial of the Jena 6 rears its ugly head.
Southern California is no stranger to wacky weather, but citizens can be sure to expect temperatures in the triple digits during those closing weeks of summer.
Parking has become a major problem at the University of La Verne. If you’re coming to school at 4 p.m. or later, good luck!