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When people hear the word tailgate, two things comes to mind, food and alcohol. La Verne, a dry campus, has adopted the idea of tailgating after “months of hard work and intensive research,” according to a student email sent out by the University on Sept. 18.
As a Mexican-American, every year I have witnessed people abuse Cinco de Mayo as a way to fully embrace every Mexican stereotype and march the streets with their sombreros, bright colored ponchos and tequila in hand.
Saying that the University of La Verne campus is dry is like parents telling their children that the Easter Bunny exists, yet everyone knows the truth.
The University prides itself on being a dry campus. There is a double standard if it allows the publicizing of an event held elsewhere with the same problem it is trying to keep off the campus.
Students and staff are divided in their opinions about whether the University should revise its current “dry campus” alcohol policy and become a “wet” campus, a recent survey found.
Ping Pong balls went bouncing in the Campus Center Ballroom Wednesday night at the Campus Activity Board’s Safe Not Sloshed drunken driving awareness event.
Leah originally did not think her drinking was a problem, even though after her first drink, she felt the need for more.
In a recent informal survey, students at the University of La Verne agreed with a law that would make ignition interlock devices mandatory for DUI offenders.
With the start of the new school year, the housing office has updated its policies to make them easier to understand and implement.
Laws, policies and rules are made everywhere to make those involved safe. They are at companies, in countries and even at the University of La Verne.