With accusations of bias, LAPD officials must start from the top down to make drastic changes.
Back in Arizona when I was senior in high school, my calculus teacher surveyed the class about what colleges they wanted to attend. About 40 percent raised their hands when he asked if anyone was interested in Arizona State University. He then handed each student with their hands up what he said was ASU’s application. […]
Why did the chicken cross the road? Because he had the swine flu. How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? As much as he could before he caught the swine flu. Where’s Waldo? I don’t know, but there’s probably a rash of swine flu cases there. Jokes aside, the […]
Crowd control measures commendable in anticipation of the yearly retail hysteria.
The law restricting capital punishment to those over 18 should apply to less serious cases as well.
More on-campus vegetarian food venues would boost sustainability and improve the health of students.
It’s been a long time since Facebook — like shower sandals, cheap beer and pretentious art posters — was associated exclusively with college students. I don’t think anyone begrudges this transition, though it is always alarming to see your mother comment on the sweater you wore to “LAS VEGAS TRIP(PY) Part Deux.” But whereas it […]
As we grow up, our relationships with our parents can be quite difficult to manage. The phone calls they insist we make everyday, the birthday wishes that so often slip our minds and the inconvenient trips back home all contribute to the constant activity and intense stress levels that college students already face. Sure, there […]
Monday’s settlement will shorten the delay in the naturalization process.
Artist’s Corner: Procrastination