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Claremont ventures out for Halloween event

Claremont ventures out for Halloween event
Rayma Brancati, a veteran face painter and hair stylist, carefully decorates Lestat Saenz’s face at the Claremont Village Venture Arts and Crafts Faire Saturday. The fair aimed to showcase the community’s Halloween spirit and give Village business owners an opportunity to promote themselves. They also gave out samples at their booths. / photo by Gabriel De Alba Arielle Torrez Staff Writer Children,... 

Strautmanis shares success ideas

Strautmanis shares success ideas
Michael Strautmanis, vice president of strategic programs for corporate citizenship at the Walt Disney Co., speaks Monday in La Fetra Lecture Hall as the keynote speaker for this year’s Career Week, sponsored by career services. Strautmanis shared various ideas he attributes to his success, one of which was to strive to work for others and something bigger than yourself. / photo by Noel Cabrera Christopher... 

Movie night shows society’s apathy

Camila Rios Staff Writer The Students Engaged in Environmental Discussion and Service club, better known as SEEDS, hosted a movie night on Friday, showing the comedic science-fiction film “Idiocracy” in room 212 of the Arts and Communications Building to an intimate group of approximately 10 people. “Idiocracy” is a film about two people who are sent 500 years into the future due to a military... 

Students address tuition, parking at ASULV town hall meeting

Students address tuition, parking at ASULV town hall meeting
Students got the chance to air grievances and ask questions of University of La Verne administrators Oct. 16 in Morgan Auditorium. The panel included Chief Human Resources Officer Jody Bomba, Vice President of Strategic Enrollment Management and Communications Homa Shabahang, Vice President of University Advancement Myra Garcia, Director of Financial Aid Diane Anchundia, Provost Jonathan Reed, President... 

Masked stalker scares ULV

An unknown person wearing a Michael Myers mask reportedly stalked and followed three University of La Verne students Oct. 14. The masked person approached one of the students on Third Street, between the Hoover Building and Lot B, at around 8:30 p.m. The students were filming something for their class, according to the La Verne Police Department. The person in the mask confronted one of the students... 

Planet Rehab fights for environmental awareness

Planet Rehab fights for environmental awareness
Gary Mitchell feeds his goats Gaia and Calliope carrots, one of their favorite vegetables, at Planet Rehab in San Dimas. Mitchell started the sanctuary in 2002, in hopes of educating people about how the environment is affecting the animals. Mitchell now has over 350 different animals in his backyard, including ducks from China to birds from Australia. / photo by Jolene Nacapuy Brooke Grasso Metro... 

Debate team is top-ranked

Lauren Harchut Staff Writer After being judged by lawyers and political members, the ULV debate team took home a satisfying win at Politicon Oct. 9 and Oct. 10 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Politicon is a non-partisan Comic-Con style event for politics and entertainment with multiple events such as panels, debates, screenings, music performances and more. The debate team also attended the... 

La Verne prepares for earthquakes

La Verne prepares for earthquakes
Adjunct Professor of Sociology Stacey Haug begins her Thursday morning Correctional Systems course by having her class participate in the Great California ShakeOut drill. While practicing their evacuation procedure in front of the Studebaker-Hanawalt Residence Hall, Haug and her class discussed what hazards may come out of a large scale disaster such as an earthquake. / photo by Daniel Torres Cody... 

Local authors share their works with families

Kaila Williams Staff Writer Readers and writers alike gathered Sunday for the La Verne Writers Group’s second annual Afternoon with Local Authors at the La Verne Community Center. Attendees enjoyed refreshments and listened to the authors share excerpts from their books as if it was one big story time. The authors shared children’s books, young adult fiction, action-adventure, historical fiction,... 

Faculty lecture quiets the stigma on silence

Faculty lecture quiets the stigma on silence
Responding to a question about the importance of using silence as a tool for success in negotiations, Assistant Professor of Management Yeri Cho presents a faculty lecture Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room. Cho explained her research process and how she gathered her data to come to the hypothesis that silence can be used as an advantage in any discussion. She said silence adds a sense of validity... 
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