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Zhao explains Jewish influence on Chinese music

Zhao explains Jewish influence on Chinese music

Simple piano lessons from Jewish composers Wolfgang Fraenkel and Julius Schloss, turned China’s classic folk musician, Sang Tong, into one of China’s pioneer composers who was remembered for fusing Chinese musical idioms with Western composition techniques.

Alumna devotes her time to disaster relief

Alumna devotes her time to disaster relief

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, La Verne alumnus Charlene Marie King brought hope to the Gulf Coast by volunteering her time and rebuilding houses that had been destroyed. To this day, she continues to volunteer in areas that have been affected by natural disasters.

Fans flock to NHRA Fanfest

Fans flock to NHRA Fanfest

One week before the professional drag racers hit the track at Auto Club Raceway in Pomona, the NHRA Fanfest takes place on D Street in La Verne.

Research Day marks 10th year

Research Day marks 10th year

The University of La Verne held its 10th annual Research and Professional Activity Day Tuesday at the Abraham Campus Center Ballroom where students and faculty presented works in their various fields.

First Person Experience : Fall Festival rakes in real results

<i>First Person Experience </i>: Fall Festival rakes in real results

Children hopped from booth to booth, parents chatted among each other at picnic tables and the faint smell of corn tortillas lingered in the air at the annual Grace Miller Elementary School Fall Festival Oct. 25.

Halloween Getdown hosts ghouls, ‘Goonies’

Mosaic Pomona, a local church, sponsored the Down­town Halloween Getdown at the Thomas Plaza in the Pomona Arts Colony on Sunday night.

Video game displays social issues

Video game displays social issues

Most video games do not inspire players to contemplate social issues. But in the latest faculty lecture, Jolivette Mecenas, associate professor of writing, discussed the expansion of social protest to more unconventional media

Composer Britten commemorated for bravery

The President’s Dining Room reached its capacity last Thursday as students, faculty and members of the community gathered for the International Studies Institute’s Hot Spot lecture series, “The Exile of Benjamin Britten.”

Students seek info on STDs

Sexual health is very important to students on campus, and 15 out of 16 students questioned in an informal survey feel as though the health center could do more to educate students about sexually transmitted disease protection and prevention.

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