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Lecture exposes plight of Italians

Lecture exposes plight of Italians

Professor of English Kenneth Scambray shed a new light on Italian immigrants, as he conducted a faculty lecture titled “Italian Immigration in the West: 1890-1940” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.

Dance recital packs house

Spectators were awed as students of the Claremont Colleges performed an all student choreographed fall dance recital titled “In The Works; a Concert of Student Dance Works” on Saturday in the Pendleton Dance Center at Pomona College.

Debate: It’s the art and sport of persuasion

Debate: It's the art and sport of persuasion

Assistant Professor of Speech and Debate Ian Lising captivated his audience as he conducted a lecture titled “Championship Debating,” on Nov. 22 in the President Dining Room.

Grace Xia Zhao’s faculty recital captivates viewers

Grace Xia Zhao's faculty recital captivates viewers

International award-winning pianist Grace Xia Zhao entertained a small group of students and faculty Friday, as she played one of the most difficult pieces known to musicians in the Steinway studio.

Heartstop keeps beating

Heartstop keeps beating

La Verne students’ hearts were abruptly stopped Wednesday – at least figuratively – when up-and-coming band Heartstop had to cut its Sneaky Park concert short Wednesday, as the surrounding classroom professors complained about the noise levels.

Leopards outclaw Tigers in 5 sets

Leopards outclaw Tigers in 5 sets

In an electrifying five-set match, the women’s volleyball team defeated Occidental, the No. 2 team in the Southern California Intercollegiate Ath­letic Conference, ending the game with a score of 3-2.

Speaker shares stories of alcohol and regret

Students were captivated Tuesday night in the Athletic Pavilion by guest speaker Aaron Cooksey as he told his devastating life story.

Leopards’ effort not enough to get win

The women’s soccer team was unable to pull out a victory against Cal Lutheran on Wednesday, falling 3-1.

Students drum to African beat

Students drum to African beat

The rhythmic beating of drums can be heard throughout campus, a sound that transports students to a far off land through intricate beats and silences. The drumming is coming from the West African Drumming class, taught by music department coordinator Steve Biondo.

Leopards, Athenas finish in a deadlock, 2-2

In a physical game against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, the women’s soccer team pulled out of its six-game losing streak with a 2-2 tie in double overtime Wednesday.

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