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Junior biology major Bethie Ross and freshman political science major David Asbra were elected as the 2013-2014 Associated Students of the University of La Verne president and executive vice president, respectively, on April 10.
The elections for the Associated Students of University of La Verne were in full swing last week, as the candidates were campaigning and telling the student body their plans on how to improve our campus. Oh wait – That did not happen.
After a tight race, junior Bethie Ross and freshman David Asbra were elected as the 2013-2014 Associated Students of the University of La Verne president and executive vice president respectively Wednesday.
The horror: It has been three days since Barack Obama won the election and people are suffering from this event.
To celebrate students’ participation in the recent elections, Greek life came together to host a lunch in Sneaky Park.
John Sununu paid a visit to CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” last week. During the interview with Morgan, Sununu suggested that former secretary of state Colin Powell is supporting President Barack Obama because they are of the same race.
On the ballot for next week’s election is Proposition 34, to repeal the death penalty. Perspectives both for and against the death penalty are controversial and can’t help but involve people’s personal moral and religious views.
I was selfish; forgive me for being so blind last week. Sometimes politics puts me in a bad mood. Last week’s column was used as a way to vent about the endless, repetitive acts I have seen from President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
As the presidential election is almost upon us, the people of the United States have been subjected to the petty slap attacks between our two major candidates over the course of the debates. Audiences have watched as the candidates have bounced insults and ideas off each other and reacted on-the-spot to criticism.
La Verne alumnus and E! News talent Ross Mathews returned to the University Tuesday 10 years after his graduation to host a presidential debate-watching party.