In a twist of fate highly convenient for examining the merits of an argument made in a New York Times article this week, I just received an acceptance letter offering me an annual $10,000 grant as well as free first-year course books from a law school that will remain nameless.
We’ve all done it. We take our laptops to class with every intention of listening to our professors and taking notes, but the temptation of going on the Internet for Facebook, ESPN or online shopping ultimately gets the best of us.
AUTOMATED: Dredg, once a truly magnificent band, suffers a terrible fate in their latest album.
RAID: Suspected terrorist Osama bin Laden was announced deceased last Sunday — what’s next?
DRAMA: The Tony Award-winning play has arrived in Los Angeles, and it is not to be missed.
Poor Jon Huntsman. It isn’t bad enough that he is just fresh out of the Obama administration. In today’s hyper-partisan world, he made the very poor decision to be nice to our president.
I know that girl. Well, kind of. She doesn’t know me, but I know her. I know her first and last name and I’ve seen so many of her photos on Facebook and we have so many mutual friends that I practically am friends with her in real life anyways. She just doesn’t know it. Or does she? Oh, Facebook. You’re turning me into such a creepy p
It was 3 p.m. on a cloudy afternoon this past Saturday when I arrived at the “California Scenario” sculpture garden in Costa Mesa with my peers and Professor Bert Winther-Tamaki from my Art History 198 seminar class. For weeks I had anticipated this field trip to this sculpture garden that I had no previous knowledge of, for I would be able to experience one of the many artworks of Isamu Noguchi, widely considered one of the most celebrated and memorable artists of 20th-century American sculpture.
On a beautiful sunny Saturday morning, the grounds of Marian Bergeson Elementary School are quiet and empty — almost. Little by little, families emerge across the campus. Some carry umbrellas or tents, some have foldable sports chairs and all are ready for a morning of baseball.
MOVE: The NBA’s Sacramento Kings would be much better off in Orange County.