Campus Times
April 14, 2000



Cole avenges Azusa's citizens

Even though the new L.A. Avengers billboards may be offensive to some, that does not excuse the actions of an Azusa city official.

City oversteps bounds

A recent change in parking spaces is just the latest of a string of problematic decisions by the city of La Verne.



Healthy food can be affordable

Damien Alarcon, editor in chief, knows that just because students live on a tight budget, it does not mean they have to ignore their nutrition.

ULV provides unappreciated opportunities

Brice Nixon, editorial director, appreciates the gifts he's received at the University of La Verne.

Adult college students still parents' children

Danny Craig, features editor, finds that growing up does not mean growing away from mom and dad.


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