As a life-long resident of La Verne, I have always loved the progressive heart shown by the University of La Verne. On the occasion of the starting of a new school year, I would like to challenge the students and faculty of the University to become involved in two causes:
Thank you for stating your opinion on the gun control issue, however I am shocked on your stance of the Second Amendment and would like to provide a different opinion.
Thank you, Jason Collins. The courage and dignity that it took to reveal your true identity is very inspiring.
I read your Op-Ed piece “Student voices are not being heard” and if it’s any consolation, the faculty often finds itself in the same position.
Dear Editor, Strike down parts of the 1965 Voting Rights Act? This idea, unfortunately, is not amazing to me. With the unbelievably racist bile spewed by some members of our political right over the past four years, it’s all too predictable. In the past two years 41 states have passed 180 laws to restrict voter […]
Regarding the latest in an extremely long list of shootings in this country, I would like to make some observations.
It was a beautiful sight to see the crowd that attended the Veteran’s Day ceremony on Friday, Nov. 9.
I realize that the last thing people want to hear any more about is the parking situation. I do not have an answer to the problem, but I have some minor suggestions that might make things a little easier.
As a 51-year activist in the civil rights movement, I am becoming frustrated at seeing people in this country repeat the same mistakes of the past.
I read your editorial about ASULV not doing their job as leaders at the university. May I say that you are sadly mistaken.