I would like to thank Mr. Casarez for his insightful letter [Sept. 21]. There is no question that insane murderers committed a horrible crime against humanity on Sept. 11. My heart goes out to all the victims and their families. Killing innocent people can never be justified under any circumstances.
Writers Archives: Michael Anklin
No matter how real the threat posed by the computer bug commonly known as Y2K may be, the University of La Verne is not taking any chances. What ever will happen or not happen on the night of Dec. 31, 1999, the University is making sure that any possible damages will be limited.
Thank God it is Friday. Again. “Next Friday,” that is. Rap star/actor Ice Cube stars as Craig in the sequel to the 1995 hit comedy “Friday,” and again a lot is about to go down between Thursday night and Saturday morning.
There is hope. Not a lot of hope, but it exists. An organization called “Citizens Against Violent Crime” has filed a new initiative titled “The Three Strikes Act of 2000.” The initiative’s goal is to change California’s three strikes law so that it would only apply to violent and/or serious felonies. Finally! Some people have […]
Sometimes real life experiences make for the best stories. When reality and fiction collide, an explosive mixture of cold facts and exciting drama creates a new experience.
Once again, ignorance and stupidity are running rampant at a school in this country.
Every year high school and transfer students get accepted to the University of La Verne as a part of the Provisional Entrance Program (PEP).
An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.0 on the Richter Scale two weeks ago reminded Southern Californians of the constant threat looming over their heads — or rather, beneath their feet.
The decision to leave home and go to college can be difficult for many young people. For Melinda Tetanto, a University of La Verne freshman, leaving Indonesia may well have been a matter of life and death.
In my almost two and a half years at the University of La Verne I have come to despise a saying that seems to enjoy never-ending popularity at this institution: “Get involved. You will have so much fun.” Get involved in what?