With not much opportunity for an exciting college nightlife amid the sea of antique stores in downtown La Verne, students at the University have found ways to spice up their college years and fill their pocketbooks through racy employment.
Writers Archives: Melissa Betsy Lau
Often overlooked by students, the University of La Verne health center offers various services for disease and pregnancy testing in addition to information on contraceptives.
by Melissa Betsy Lau Editorial Director The house lights of the Cabaret Theatre cast a golden glow on the mosaics lining a small portion of the theatre floor. In close proximity, the real mosaics of the play are situated comfortably in various positions while they rehearse their lines for Samantha Kern’s senior project “Missing Pauses.” […]
“Melissa, you’re a bitch,” said one of my roommates last night. And I enjoy being one, so here I go.
Wandering around my living room in his portable home, Sheldon the turtle has no idea that on Thursday, the government issued a ban to protect members of his species because of the carelessness of the all-superior human race.
On Tuesday, the city’s first ever proposition to increase property value and improve the education of local students, met approval from La Verne voters.
For the past 21 years, I have lived by a morbid human graveyard where hundreds were tortured and shamelessly slaughtered.
After taking time off from teaching last fall, Associate Professor of Art History Andrés Zervigón returned to the University of La Verne with an array of projects completed and some still being molded.
With the thought of pending war with the Middle East, the status of one three-letter word concerns many Americans: oil. Oil is vital to the technology of the American lifestyle, and many fear what would happen if the supply were cut off.
Local politicians, Caltrans workers and the public witnessed the opening of the continuation of Interstate 210.