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Students get answers at late night town meeting

Students get answers at late night town meeting
Stanley Skipworth, director of campus safety and transportation, was among the staff members who answered students’ questions at the Pajama Power Hour with the president at the University Town Hall Meeting. The event was hosted by ASULV Monday at 10 p.m. Dining services, parking and tuition increases were among the issues discussed. / photo by Kelley Maggiulli  Read More →

Pizza with the President

Pizza with the President
President Devorah Lieberman responds to Maxfield Brown, a senior psychology and speech communication major, about scholarships and why, as tuition rises, the amount of assistance awarded does not increase. Lieberman spoke at a Resident Housing Association-sponsored event called Pizza with the President in the first floor lounge of Vista La Verne March 28 where she answered personal questions and addressed... 

Leopards claw Sagehens in sweep

Leopards claw Sagehens in sweep
Sophomore outfielder BreeAnna De La Rosa slides into home plate, avoiding the reach of Sagehen sophomore catcher Emily Glass in the top of the sixth inning of the first game of Friday’s doubleheader. To the coaches’ and players’ dismay, the umpire called her out. But the Leopards came back, scored three runs in the inning to win, 3-2. They also won the second game, 4-0. / photo by Zachary Horton  Read More →

Vista parking plan solves nothing

Over spring break the Vista residents got a nasty surprise in the form of an email. Effective next semester, all Vista residents will be required to park in the shuttle lot on A Street rather than in parking lot D behind the residence hall. While this decision may be a Band-Aid to temporarily ease the parking pain, it is not a long-term solution to Campus parking problems and students should not just... 

Facebook study is lazy research

Ever lay in bed and think about life? That’s because you’re probably homosexual. At least, that’s what a new study conducted at the University of Cambridge is saying about Facebook users who like that page. The study, which was released to the public earlier in March through Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, aims to predict traits such as intelligence, religious views, political... 

Reliving John Brown’s crusade

Reliving John Brown’s crusade
Norman Marshall performs “John Brown: Trumpet of Freedom” Tuesday in the Campus Center. In this one-man show Marshall played the abolitionist John Brown along with 30 other historical characters to portray the harsh realities of slavery. The show is based on letters and interviews from the final weeks of Brown’s life. Marshall began performing his show in 1997. / photo by Nicole Ambrose  Read More →

Singing shows are old news

For more than a decade singing competitions have filled primetime slots on TV. With the promise of lucrative record contracts, fame and millions of adoring fans, year after year people continue to line up for days and audition in front of professionals. “American Idol” was one of the first singing competitions, and TV executives saw the popularity of it and have ran with it ever since. “The Sing... 

Firefighters test new equipment

Firefighters test new equipment
Because Vista La Verne and the Campus Center exceed the City of La Verne’s height restriction, the city charges the University annual fees to pay for fire and other public services required for these buildings. The La Verne Fire Department takes the time to demo new equipment. The 79-foot extending Aerial Cat Ladder allows the firemen to reach high places. / photo by Zachary Horton  Read More →

Bear Attack rocks Art after Hours

Bear Attack rocks Art after Hours
Brandon Bae, Eric Radloff, Mia Minichiello, Logan Shrewsbury, Nick Campbell, all students from USC and members of indie rock band Bear Attack, perform at the Pomona College Museum of Art Feb. 28 for the museum’s event, Art After Hours, which takes place every Thursday evening from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. The event has an art gallery and on certain nights, live music or lectures are presented. / photo by... 

Reverie Outfitters makes its pitch

Reverie Outfitters makes its pitch
Brian Zhang, junior business administration major, talks with Sheri Lilie, junior psychology major, about Reverie Outfitters’ products during the spring launch event Wednesday in Sneaky Park. Reverie Outfitters is a business run by the Integrated Business Practicum class. The students are selling t-shirts for $15, with all the proceeds going to Megan’s Wings, a charity in Upland supporting pediatric... 
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