Brother shares bloody bedtime stories
Katurian, played by Jordan Randall (right), tells the story of The Pillowman to his younger brother Michal played by Zachary Green, in the play “The Pillowman,” which was written by Martin McDonagh. The play will run from March 8 to 10 with free previews from March 5 to 7 in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret. “The Pillowman”... 
Lecture focuses on Latino students
Rocio Rosales, assistant professor of psychology, describes Latinos as the largest population in Southern California with the lowest frequency of college education. Her research reveals that first generation Spanish-speaking students face a high dropout rate. / photo by Cameron Barr Annunciata Williams Staff Writer Rocio... 
Karo Chakhlasyan Staff Writer Tension builds as senior outfielder Dee Dee Burns steps to the plate with a full count. She hits the ball up the middle in the bottom of the eighth, allowing senior catcher Daryn Schiveley to score, clinching the Leopards a 5-4 win over the Lake Superior State Lakers on Wednesday at Wheeler... 
News is more than celebrity
Editorial Cartoon by Jason D. Cox At the University of La Verne, especially in the departments that are immersed into current events, many professors open each class session with the question, “Did you hear anything interesting happen in the news?” We are used to the silent response from our classmates as we look... 
Inspiring random acts of kindness
Celebrating Random Act of Kindness Day in Sneaky Park, John Comunale, freshman communications major, and Micky Pollock, sophomore broadcast major, color decorations for their significant others. CAB sponsored the event, called “Pass it On,” Tuesday. / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Danielle Navarro Staff Writer The... 
Students push non-GMO food bill
Ron Flemming and Lanae Hernandez, graduate students in public administration, present “The Future of Food” to an audience in the Campus Center Ballroom. The video sought to raise awareness about the “California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act.” After the film viewers were asked to sign a petition... 
Activism in social media Dear Editor, Thank you both for the wonderful, warm, and completely accurate article in today’s issue of the consistently stellar Campus Times (“Class explores activism,” Feb. 24). It’s not easy to glean the “inner essence” of an endeavor like this one, but the piece nails it. Devorah... 
Music builds a bridge from Africa to Appalachia
Joti Rockwell tunes his mandolin before Trans-Atlantic Steel: Appalachian Strings and Zimbabwean Keys, a faculty recital in Pomona College’s Lyman Hall on Saturday. Rockwell performed an unusual combination of African and Appalachian music with Tony Perman, who played several Zimbabwean instruments including the... 
The following students earned a grade point average of 3.75 or higher in the College of Arts and Sciences during the fall 2011 semester. Shelbie Acevedo Roger Adame Hana Alarifi Catalina Albertson Mitchell Aleman Anas Alghuraibi Abdullah Alneghimshee Turki Alqahtani Alexandra Angel Jose Arias, Jr. Arnold Banuelos Jazmin... 
BSU panel tackles racism, religion
Leeshawn Moore, BSU adviser and director of institutional research, offers opinions during a lecture on “The Help” in the President’s Dining Room, Feb. 23. She and Rev. Jeanette Williams showed clips of the movie and added commentary about each scene. / photo by Debora Escobar Mariela Patron Staff Writer The... 
Copyright © 2009 Campus Times. All rights reserved.
Designed by Theme Junkie. Powered by WordPress.