Five months ago, on the night of Christmas Eve, I received a present from my parents, that would turn out to be one of the most valuable presents I ever got.
Writers Archives: Max Zänker
Testing over 300 wines a day, more than 70 judges selected one out of 4,000 international wines for the title as Best Wine at the L.A. County Fair Wines of the World Competition, last weekend at the Pomona Fairplex.
What started as a class project will soon end up on the big screen.
Someone help me, I got dumb! Not because of finals stress or because of lacking education at our university.
With it’s newest production, the University of La Verne Theater Department shows that Samuel Beckett’s classical play “Waiting for Godot” does not have to be boring, depressing or nerve-wracking.
What would you think about a trend that offers smoking without the stinking smell, the hazardous nicotine and the nasty taste, but still leaves you with the relaxing and social element and also gives you almost every taste you like?
There is this weird thing about sequels, almost a curse. They can almost never keep up with the first part’s brilliance and innovation. For several reasons, “Kill Bill Vol. 2” is an exception to this concept.
The average college campus is full of criminals, and so is the University of La Verne.
Believe it or not, today marks exactly – or not exactly if you take the nine hour time difference to my home country Germany into account, so let’s just assume that you read this before 3 p.m. – 23 years that I’ve been vegetating on this planet.
Alex Kerner is an ordinary 21 year old. Just like every man of his age, he sometimes sleeps too long and rebels against his parents.