It is so thoughtful of the University of La Verne to think of its students’ needs during at least one week out of the school year. Up until this point they have failed to make an attempt to do anything about the complaints for dining hall meals, schedules and maintenance requests. However, it seems finals […]
Writers Archives: Stephanie Lesniak
A new housing policy was put into effect for Thanksgiving break, or as the Office of Housing and Residential Life calls it, a continuous policy finally being followed through on. Many students, particularly in the Oaks Residence Hall, were upset about having to justify why they needed to remain in their room over the break.
Mint-colored flyers welcomed Oaks residents to their rooms late last week, as the Office of Housing and Residential Life informed the residents that they were “not allowed to stay in the Halls during the following holiday dates: Thanksgiving, winter break and spring break.”
January Interterm is a session through which University of La Verne students can fulfill general education (G.E.) requirements within a month. But for various reasons, students’ chances of getting the classes they need are slim this year.
It is argued that every crime is a hate crime. Congress created the Hate Crimes Statistics Act of 1990 and categorizes hate crimes as crimes based on race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or physical or mental disability.
Participation and spirit during this year’s Homecoming week were high, but University of La Verne students have the capability of doing much more to bleed orange and green. Confusion, disappointment and limitations should never be an issue when it comes to showing one’s love and dedication to a university.
The federal government just passed legislation which might prove extremely helpful to students who have taken out loans in the attempt of paying for their education. The Higher Education Act of 1998 has a big impact on colleges and students who attend private institutions of higher learning.
With the recent arrest of David Dangleis, a Bonita High School (BHS) teacher who allegedly had sexual relations with a BHS student, concerns about some student-teacher relationships have come to light.
In the past, the Campus Times has been critical of the Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum. This year, to be more helpful and our suggestions more effective, the Editorial Board felt it would be in the best interest of the students to voice issues with this year’s Homecoming now rather than later.
Moving onto a college campus as a freshman is a stressful event. The students already have preconceived ideas as to what college life is all about. Questions run through their heads about whether or not they will get along with their roommate, survive eating campus food in relation to home-cooked meals and whether or not […]