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Yet again, I was given an eye-opening assignment for my advanced news reporting class. This time though it rattled my nerves a bit.
Five and a half hours of opera in pure German is not how I usually spend my Wednesday afternoons, but I made an exception on March 31.
Lately I have been contemplating buying a Kindle, the e-reader created by Amazon. But it has its perks and its disadvantages.
On a college budget, and with the only food option being the school-dining program, I feel that the University of La Verne is trying to keep me overweight.
After going through the reform process, it still seems like an initial step to improve the American health care system; a first step in the direction of universal health care, something that many feel is the only moral ends to reform.
Upon learning of the series “Lost” when it first aired back in 2004, I was instantly curious, but I never followed through with my curiosity and did not follow the series until the end of the fifth season.
After attending the screening of “Poto Mitan: Haitian Women, Pillars of the Global Economy,” I was writing my article to report on the event and I found myself wanting to put my own opinions into the article, which is not allowed.
The Web site minonline.com, a marketing publication that rates successes and failures throughout the media, released their results on which magazine covers were the best and worst sellers in 2009. A year that saw continuing economic disaster, the ongoing battle of fighting two wars and relentless debate on trying to reform a major sector of our social lives, health care, magazines that were actually bought by the most people had very little to do with these issues.
Google Maps is a great help to anyone needing directions walking, driving, using public transits, and now, bicycling. My experience has always been an easy and efficient one, until I started playing around with the Web site.
This spring break led me on my most memorable trip yet, to the land down under, Australia.