Dear Editor, After reading the Nov. 6 edition of the Campus Times, a few members of our student body became extremely concerned about a certain opinion piece entitled, “Diversity leading to destruction.” First of all, I would respectfully like to question the use of this title in a University that means to promote... 
La Verne switches on a 'TV Land' Homecoming
Brittney Alarcon, Diana Zarate, Hannah Nakama, Fatima Espinoza and Nataly Escobar, members of Alpha Omicron Pi, celebrate at their Homecoming Street Fair booth, which had a “Bonanza” theme, on Saturday. The street fair also included a car show, music from LeoFM and activities such as bobbing for apples, trivia... 
Cal Lutheran pounds ULV, 45-3
Football team drops 10th in a row in Homecoming game. La Verne running back Erek Brown cannot hold on to the ball after the hit by Cal Lutheran’s Brett Lewis. The Leopards lost their Homecoming game, 45-3, and will finish their season Saturday. / photo by Rafel Anguiano Yessenia Romo Staff Writer The Homecoming game... 
Local businesses fight breast cancer
Sales raise research funds for the Komen Foundation. Helping to bring awareness to the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Boni Wish held a fundraiser Oct. 22 called “Bold, Bodacious and Totally Outrageous” at her store Wishes Boutique, located at 2142 Third St. in downtown La Verne. Other downtown La Verne... 
The trend toward three-year college degrees draws opinions from both sides. Aisha Gonzales Staff Writer The economic downturn has strained the already tight budgets of college students to the point that many are looking to cut corners – and one way is by shortening their time in school from four years to three. Some... 
Natalie Veissalov Editor in Chief The La Verne Church of the Brethren is growing fresh produce in its new community garden called “Peace and Carrots,” and each gardener is donating 10 percent of their produce to local food banks. The idea of creating the garden came about when the church was trying to answer the... 
Charlie Neff Staff Writer Ashley Contreras, a studio art major, was recently selected to have her student project series displayed in the University Advancement lobby. Contreras produced her student project series during an advanced painting class last spring when she used photography as a base to form a painting. Contreras... 
Commentary: 'Modern Warfare 2' leads to missing student
Michael Escañuelas, Editorial Cartoonist Close those curtains, tell your family you are dead, and let your girlfriend know that it is over, it is that time of the year again. Yes, my friends “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2″ has finally been released, and I am happy to say that it delivers on its social... 
Legalize 'natural' resources
Michael Escañuelas, Editorial Cartoonist When I was in fifth grade, my elementary school spent a good two weeks participating in the D.A.R.E. program. From what I can remember, this program consisted of a cop or something coming into our classroom and conducting exercises that could help us fight against drugs and... 
The theater department’s production of the Lorca classic is superb Charlie Neff Staff Writer The theater arts department debuted Federico Garcia Lorca’s challenging play “Bodas de Sangre,” or “Blood Wedding,” last weekend, and the production was explosive. The production continues this weekend with... 
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