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La Verne’s Finest offers diversity

La Verne's Finest offers diversity
Sophomore music major and soprano Brianna Nemback performs “Vissi D’arte” by Tosca in Morgan Auditorium Sunday for the La Verne’s Finest concert with pianist and adjunct professor of piano Jennifer Cruz. It was the last Sundays at the Morgan performance for the semester. The show ranged in variety from contemporary classical, jazz, barbershop quartet and classical. / photo by Austen Beck Hayley... 

Sorority flips pancakes for a cause

Sorority flips pancakes for a cause
Kellie Galentine, sophomore and Sigma Kappa executive vice president, hands out pancakes to Tom Rivera on Saturday in Sneaky Park. This is part of Sigma Kappa’s philanthropy event Sigma Stacks, which offers unlimited pancakes for $10 to raise money for the Sigma Kappa Foundation. The Sigma Kappa Foundation supports all five of their philanthropies and scholarships for sisters. / photo by Stephanie... 

Concert ‘Awakens’ spirit

Concert  ‘Awakens’ spirit
Senior music major Paolo Kespradit, a singer and songwriter, performs the song “Anthem” from the musical “Chess” at the “Paolo: The Awakening” concert Saturday in Morgan Auditorium. Kespradit is a performance scholarship recipient and has studied under Doug Frank. / photo by Stephanie Ball Hayley Hulin Staff Writer The stage was set, the lights dimmed and the audience anticipated the musical... 

La Verne clubs mentor high school girls

La Verne clubs mentor high school girls
The women of ULV’s Shades of Essence and the Black Student Union clubs come together with the Beautiful Butterfly Network every Wednesday at Pomona High school. The group of high school and college women shares stories, gives advice and help one another. The Butterfly Network was started about a year ago by LaShonne Mitchell (standing), a teacher at Pomona High School, to create a strong sisterhood... 

Research brought internationally

Research brought internationally
Aghop Der-Karabetian, professor of psychology, responds to audience questions during his lecture on “Sustainable Behavior, Perceived Globalization Impact, World-mindedness, Identity and Perceived Risk in USA, China and Taiwan College Students.” Der-Karabetian gathered information on American college students by surveying those from Southern California. / photo by Amanda Nieto Hayley Hulin Staff... 

Ruiz mentors debaters to success

Ruiz mentors debaters to success
Director of Forensics Robert Ruiz reads “Griffin & Sabine: An Extraordinary Correspondence” and relaxes before debate Nationals while displaying his favorite sports teams’ jerseys in the debate team’s lounge. Ruiz enjoys reading and is a self-proclaimed sports fanatic, especially of the Dodgers and Denver Broncos football, but says his life is his work. / photo by Helen Arase Hayley Hulin Staff... 

Badger’s process avoids problems

Badger’s process avoids problems
Kent Badger, professor of health services management, discusses his management model titled “The Planning and Communication Matrix” at Monday’s faculty lecture in the President’s Dining Room. The model intends to help businesses procure exactly where a lack in performance lies in order to correct it and improve output. The next faculty lecture is Monday. / photo by Daniel Hargis Hayley Hulin Staff... 

Business majors create fraternity

Hayley Hulin Staff Writer Delta Sigma Pi, a business fraternity for men and women, colonized on campus and held its rush week the week before spring break. The professional society welcomed majors in the College of Business and Public Management as well as graduate students in business programs. Rush week advertised events like Meet the Colony, Entertainment with the Colony, and Breakfast with Delta... 

Conference inspires women leaders

Conference inspires women leaders
Professional leaders and La Verne alumnae spoke at the keynote panel during the SPARK Women’s Leadership Conference on March 8. Andria Reta, SCAN Health Plan Community Outreach Coordinator, speaks about how important it is for women to have mentors to guide them through their academic and professional careers. / photo by Katie Madden Hayley Hulin Staff Writer SPARK Leadership Conference offered two... 

Glendora braces for mudslides

Hayley Hulin Staff Writer Kat Simonelli Metro Editor Parts of Glendora and Azusa affected by the Colby Fire last month are now facing mandatory evacuations as the heavy rain expected this weekend poses the thread of mudslides. The burned areas are at a higher risk for flooding, mudslides and debris buildup during periods of rain. Properties north of Sierra Madre Avenue between the western city boundaries... 
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