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Stop the mudslinging

Mudslinging has always been an interesting side effect of elections. Commercials are broadcast smearing each candidate, exposing the skeletons in their closets.

An urgency to unite for ’10 graduates

An urgency to unite for ’10 graduates

For a group that will graduate at the beginning of a new decade, we the class of 2010 need to be known as the class of decision makers. Decisions by graduating men and women who demand answers before it is too late and reject tepid responses to distressing problems. Decisions by intellectuals who realize that […]

LV alum to run for state Assembly

University of La Verne alumnus and West Covina city council member Roger Hernandez is running for the 57th District California Assembly seat this November. The Democrat would replace Ed Hernandez, who is running for state Senate.

Time to break the handcuffs in Washington

Time to break the handcuffs in Washington

Hey Washington, now is your time. No longer do you have to be handcuffed by the players on Wall Street and their big bonuses, high-risk lending and investing or deceptive packages sold to millions of people.

Lack of leadership is just lazy

However, we are nearly 16 months into Barack Obama’s presidency and he has yet to nominate a director to run the ATF, which has the responsibility to police weapons traffic.

Cook shines light on Palestinians

Cook shines light on Palestinians

Professor of English William A. Cook has published numerous books and articles on Middle Eastern issues and social justice around the world while remaining a devoted professor at the University of La Verne.

Marchers' anger based on misconceptions

Marchers' anger based on misconceptions

Gun rights activists and the tea party movement took center stage last week to demonstrate how angry they are at the current administration. While both groups are, on the surface, unrelated to one another, they share something more than just being on the right of the political spectrum; they are outraged at the perceived role of government in our lives.

Janis Dietz calls for student honor code

Janis Dietz calls for student honor code

Janis Dietz, professor of business administration at the University of La Verne, offers her thoughts on cheating, graduating and national security.

First steps may not leave big prints

First steps may not leave big prints

After going through the reform process, it still seems like an initial step to improve the American health care system; a first step in the direction of universal health care, something that many feel is the only moral ends to reform.

What health care reform means

President Obama has finally delivered his first major win: the health care bill. With the passing of the health care reform bill on Sunday, Democrats had a lot to celebrate.

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