Six years ago I was nervous about starting my freshman year in college at Cal Poly Pomona to become a teacher.
Writers Archives: Susan Acker
With the constant talk of Facebook, social networking sites have been on my mind lately.
The University of La Verne will make $5.8 million in budget cuts for the 2009-2010 fiscal year in order to obtain a balanced budget.
I was right on schedule. I had 30 minutes to get to work and I was on the 210 Freeway headed east to the 57 South.
Jumping on bandwagons and following the latest trend has been drilled into me as being ridiculous.
Do you Tweet? Not make the sound, do you send messages to a Web site so that people know what you are doing, where with whom, why and for how long?
As I walked down the aisle of the dirt lot, my heart sank. I was not really expecting to find anything that hot summer day in the middle of July, but I had hoped, more than I had realized before that moment.
The annual California Association of School Psychologists Convention included a panel discussion held by two University of La Verne graduate students and two professors.
President Stephen Morgan said he is committed to making the new Campus Center at the University of La Verne welcoming and student friendly.
Since I cannot be queen for the day and fix all of the world’s problems, and instead of writing about something that is bothering me, I thought that this week I would share a bit more about one thing that I thoroughly enjoy, and that is watching old movies.