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Resident parking is returned

Karla Rendon News Editor The University changed 10 visitor parking spaces into residential spots in response to a petition from the Associated Students of the University of La Verne. In a letter sent to Vice President of Facilities and Technology Clive Houston-Brown, ASULV proposed a compromise, asking for three to four parking spaces for residents and leaving six to seven spaces for visitors and... 

La Verne gathers to celebrate Veterans

Brooke Grasso Metro Editor The Veterans Memorial stands tall and proud on the corner of Bonita and Wheeler avenues, just as veterans and active service members did Wednesday as community members applauded them for their courage at the City of La Verne’s Veterans Day ceremony. “You have given us security, you have given us prosperity and you have given us the greatest nation on Earth,” Maj. Duc... 

Foxglen hosts community boutique

Emily Lau Editorial Director Colorful canopies and white tables decorated Kim Salce’s front lawn as neighbors and community members bought and sold homemade trinkets at the Fall/Winter Neighborhood Boutique Saturday on Canyon View Drive in the small residential area of Foxglen La Verne. Eighteen local vendors showcased their products, including knitted goods, beauty products and jewelry, at the boutique... 

Presentation highlights La Verne’s past

Presentation highlights La Verne’s past
Professor and Librarian Emeritus Marlin Heckman gives a detailed timeline of how Lordsburg Hotel transitioned to University of La Verne at “The Lordsburg Hotel: Its Rise and Demise,” a presentation sponsored by the La Verne Historical Society. Old photographs of the hotel from the 1800s, newspaper clippings, and Heckman’s book, “Lordsburg and La Verne,” were on display for guests to look... 

Yes Men shed light on issues in big business

Taylor Bolanos Staff Writer From convincing an audience that the candles they were given were made from humans to posing as corporate executives on live television, two men have gone to great lengths to prove sometimes, it takes a lie and a bit of humor to send a message. On Nov. 6 in the Arts and Communications Building, Professor of Biology and Biochemistry Jay Jones hosted In Context, which features... 

SACNAS promotes more diversity in sciences

Alexandra de Leon Staff Writer The Society of Advancement of Chicanos and Hispanics in Science rounded off the end of Physiology Understanding week, PhUn, by teaching students at the Seedling School in Claremont different functions of the body and basic science Friday. PhUn week is a nationwide event that brings scientists and local schools together to teach students a greater understanding of physiology... 

Professors reflect on their experiences

Professors reflect on their experiences
Senior philosophy major Meaghan McHenry talks to the crowd about her experiences during CAFE’s Teaching Day event Monday in the Campus Center Ballroom. Teaching Day is an opportunity for students, alumni and professors to share the experiences they have had while teaching and learning. This year’s focus was faculty and student interaction outside of the classroom. The other students on the panel... 

Author illustrates violins as hope

Author illustrates violins as hope
In remembrance of Kristallnacht, students, faculty and members of the Jewish community gathered at the Campus Center Ballroom Sunday to hear author James A. Grymes give an emotional presentation on his book, “Violins of Hope.” Grymes is not Jewish and had little knowledge of Jewish culture when he embarked on the journey of research, learning more about the role of violins in Jewish culture during... 

Calderón advocates social justice

Calderón advocates social justice
Pitzer College Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Chicano and Latino Studies José Calderón discusses the history of race in the city of Monterey Park in a packed house Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room. Calderon also discussed sections from his book, “Lessons from an Activist Intellectual.” Calderón also talked about his experience with Cesar Chavez, and his group, the Latino and Latina... 

Model United Nations hosts Speaker of the Year

Model United Nations hosts Speaker of the Year
Edward Romero, former U.S. ambassador to Spain and Andorra, speaks Oct. 28 in La Fetra Lecture Hall as the La Verne Model United Nations Speaker of the Year. Romero discussed his upbringing, his thoughts on immigration and his career, followed by a question-and-answer session. / photo by Karla Rendon Cody Luk Online Editor Edward L. Romero, former United States ambassador to Spain and Andorra, spoke... 
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