Musicians, specifically rappers, who still promote their music one person at a time, on the street with a pair of headphones and a CD player struck me as odd. Unlike 10 years ago, the Internet now supplies all users with an abundance of resources to promote music.
I would like to commend writer Robert Penalber for highlighting the important Migrant Education Summer Institute in your first publication of the year.
However, one of the few traditional symbols we have on campus is now inaccessible to students. It was not buried away or torn down, but simply chained off.
On May 9 the lead singer of Against Me!, Tom Gabel, has announced that he is beginning the transition from male to female.
Attention students: Prepare to empty your wallets, max out your credit cards and expand your debt as you pursue your education at the University of La Verne. A 6.5 percent increase in tuition has been approved for the 2012-2013 school year.
Kudos to President Obama for voicing his approval of gay marriage. It was a courageous act, considering the incredible bigotry and hatred that some people are directing at our LGBT brethren.
College is the start of every student’s professional career. Here we are able to expand our minds with lectures about our field of interest and discussions in the classroom.
Almost 80 days from now, the London Olympics 2012 opening ceremony will begin for viewers around the world. These Games are monumental and receive extreme viewership, bringing all countries together for such a rare moment. However, this year the officials of the Games are cracking down on those that use the lingo of the Games […]
The Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education in England has added paganism as another faith to be taught in Cornish schools. The syllabus states that pagan faiths will be taught alongside Christianity, Judaism and Islam to honor Cornwall’s rich and diverse heritage.
Republicans in the Senate blocked the Democrats’ bill Tuesday that would prevent the interest rates of the Stafford Loan from doubling July 1. The interest rate that is currently 3.4 percent would double to 6.8 percent, a price that only adds to the thicket of debt students are fighting.