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The case for moderation

The case for moderation
Dan Sayles, Sports Editor I like to think of myself as a reasonable man. I have my beliefs, convictions, oddities, the like, but I don’t feel threatened when they are questioned or in conflict. I take it on a case-by-case basis. Is this principle irrelevant now? Do I rethink some of my beliefs when necessary when the situation calls for it? Yes, yes I do. However, it’s not always that simple, and... 

Lamkin illuminates the life of Haydn

Lamkin illuminates the life of Haydn
Professor Kathleen Lamkin was interviewed by BBC Radio about her most recent trip to Austria. For more than 20 years Lamkin has been associated with a classical music festival in Austria to honor Joseph Haydn, one of her favorite composers. Lamkin, a pianist and violinist since early childhood, plays violin in the orchestra at the festival. / photo by Erin Maxwell Dan Sayles Copy Editor BBC Radio... 

University cuts $5.8 million from budget

Dan Sayles Copy Editor Low enrollment, compounded by the lagging economy, has required the University of La Verne to cut its 2009-2010 budget by $5.8 million. Cuts for this academic year encompass numerous departments and programs, including maintenance which is cleaning and gardening less often – among other cuts that students and faculty hope will not diminish the quality of education. University... 

Lamkin to speak with BBC radio

The BBC will interview University of La Verne Professor of Music Kathleen Lamkin today during an interlude in a live performance of a Hadyn mass, the “Heroic Vienna,” performed by the BBC National Chorus and the Orchestra of Wales. The radio broadcast will be streamed live on BBC Radio, at approximately 11:50 a.m., available at www.bbc.co.uk/radio3 (click on “listen live” link). The concert... 

Casino night draws crowd

Casino night draws crowd
The ballroom of the new Campus Center was packed Sept. 4 for Casino Night and Karaoke. Noble Lau, Oscar Bauman, Quincey Whitworth, Christopher Mora, and Dylan Leong sang “It’s Raining Men,” by the Weather Girls. / photo by Cindy Harder Dan Sayles Staff Writer It was Casino and Karaoke Night in the ballroom of the newly added Sara and Michael Abraham Student Center Friday night at 7p.m. Casino... 

Librarian moves to chief position

Librarian moves to chief position
Vinaya Tripuraneni is praised as the right choice to lead Wilson Library. Vinaya L. Tripuraneni was appointed last month as University Librarian. Tripuraneni served as interim University Librarian at the Wilson Library for the past two years. Tripuraneni completed her master of science in library science at Drexel University in 1989. She is currently working on her dissertation for a doctorate in... 
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