Campus Times
December 10, 1999



ULV fails to live up to its mission

The University cannot live up to what it asks its students to live up to.

Punishment must fit crime

The editorial board urges politicains to revise the Three Strikes law for better efficiency.



Friends, mentors deserve gratitude

Araceli Esparza, editor in chief, reflects on her time at ULV in her last column of her career.

Authorities should legalize marijuana

Michael Anklin, editorial director, argues for the legalization of marijuana and compares its illegal status and the Three Stikes Law.

Bad decisions can destroy one's future

Damien Alarcon, managing editor, demonstates through a story of a friend, how one decision can change one's life.

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