Meet Matt. By day, he is just a typical University of La Verne student: he goes to classes, takes tests and lives in a dorm room. Sometimes Matt, 21, who asked that his last name not be used, thinks about the not-so-distant future, and what he will do once he graduates. His short-cropped brown hair, […]
Writers Archives: Ryan MacDonald
I do not have 800 more words to offer my readers. My soul is overworked. My mind has been raked of all its good ideas. And unfortunately, I have waited until the very last moment to begin writing this column.
Today marks the two-week countdown. In 14 days, my safety nets, which have caught me so many times in the past four years, will be cut down, and I will be expected to figure “it” out for myself.
Average students are simply misunderstood. Outsiders criticize their insufficient efforts and insiders lack the motivation to change the stereotype. It is an unfortunate misconception, but no one has taken the time to change this common misunderstanding, until today.
“What’s your name?” Answer: E-N-Z-A-R.
Another faulty sprinkler head caused thousands of dollars worth of damage Sunday night when it went off in the Oaks D Building in room 203, causing flooding throughout the top and bottom floors of the building.
“Porn: Social disease or first amendment issue” is written on several posters around campus, which are publicizing an on-campus debate. This forum hosted ideas from opposing sides of the issue, and I assume that some students and professors adamantly supported the First Amendment’s protection of pornography as a form of expression. Even though lately it […]
Laughing along with the lyrics of this band will do them a two favors. (1) It will drive record sales; and (2) it will allow the members of the Sound of Urchin to keep their day jobs.
Parents from the Northern California town of Alturas are concerned for their children’s futures. These rural citizens are worried about the excessive marijuana use by teenagers in their community, and (cough, cough) because of the rising concerns, students have begun to confess to their parents about their secret habits.
The University of La Verne women’s water polo team came out on top in its latest match with a key conference defeat against Pomona-Pitzer, 7-6.