It has not hit me yet, but this week will be the last week I will step into the Arts and Communications Building as a writer, reporter and editor for the Campus Times. Yes, after five semesters on this publication and after seeing my fellow editors move on, my time has finally come to an […]
Writers Archives: Nila Priyambodo
These past few weeks have been extra exciting for me. No, it is not because the semester is coming to a close or because my partner and I are almost rid of senior project stress. It is because the basketball playoffs have finally started.
There are many people who are gullible and fall into the trap of commercials. They buy into whatever a company is advertising, whether it is true or false. These people eat up a product’s promises like candy.
No. It seems like such a simple word. It’s only two letters long and only one syllable. Yet to me, saying “no” is almost equivalent to saying a profanity. I just can’t bring myself to say this taboo word.
Most college students cannot wait until spring break finally arrives. They get one full week to relax, party at exotic locations and just forget about their worries.
Nila Priyambodo Editor in Chief Rebecca Smith, an 18-year-old business management major at Cal State University, Long Beach, goes on a typical date with a typical guy. At this date, she goes to a winery in Temecula. Along with her date, Smith experiences squishing grapes in a barrel with her feet—a la “I Love Lucy.” […]
Many of us watched “Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica” and often thought, “How can someone be that stupid?” Audiences assume it is impossible for someone to mix up chicken with tuna or think buffalo wings are really made from real buffalo.
There is a certain time when young adults can explore their options and figure out what they want to do for the rest of their lives. It is a time when they can search within themselves to find their true identities and their passion.
Yesel “Yak” Manrique eagerly awaits the Foothill Transit Route 187 bus on the corner of Foothill Boulevard and Garey Avenue.
Everyone has been given some disappointing news in their lifetime, but how much can one person take? They always say, “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” or “God only gives us what we can handle.” But sometimes you question if it’s really so and if you have the strength to face these tests.