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Club collects books for Prison Library Project

Yaya Pineda Staff Writer For the second year in a row the ULV College Republicans are sending books to prisoners as a part of the Prison Library Project. The club decided to make this an ongoing project after last year’s success collecting more than 1,500 books. “We went ahead and chose this because it’s a very wholesome idea,” said Cate Tuning, president of ULV College Republicans.” We... 

Voicing opinions

Voicing opinions
Sophomore Nicole Cuadras, junior Megan Keller and senior Estrellita Guzman share their opinions with school administrators at Wednesday night’s town hall meeting. Students spoke about issues including Bon Appétit catering, Campus Safety and the University’s master plan. The meeting began at 10 p.m. and continued long after midnight. / Daniel Torres  Read More →

Greeks go pink for breast cancer

Greeks go pink for breast cancer
Emily Aguirre, senior sociology major, orders a chili hot dog from Silvestre Rojas at Sneaky Park Tuesday. Students lined up for free Pink’s Hot Dogs as part of Letters in the Park. Hosted by Greeks, the event aimed to raise breast cancer awareness. / photo by Mariela Patron Jolene Nacapuy Sports Editor Students gathered at Sneaky Park Tuesday to show their support at Greek life’s Letters in... 

Comparing Chinese and U.S. media

Comparing Chinese and U.S. media
Visiting professor from China, Sara Jin is working on a study about differences in media communications between the United States and China. She will be speaking to communications classes and her research will later be published in a Chinese textbook. / photo by Michael Saakyan Gabriella Chikhani Staff Writer As she stepped outside of the Arts and Communications Building and into the unforgiving... 

Vigil celebrates LGBT community

Vigil celebrates LGBT community
Professor of Humanities Al Clark speaks about his experience as a straight ally during the Coming Out Vigil in the Chapel. The LGBT community came together Oct. 9 to celebrate and share their experiences with both prejudice and acceptance for the national observance. / photo by Megan Peralez Annabel Secaida Staff Writer In honor of LGBT History Month, the University of La Verne held its first Coming... 

Sorority women host line dancin’ social

Sorority women host line dancin’ social
Senior Daisy Betancourt, junior Jenny Nguyen, junior Nina Doyle and sophomore Alexis Coria sing along to Taylor Swift’s “Love Story” at From Her Cowboy Boots to Her Phi Sig Roots. Phi Sigma Sigma held the country social Oct. 1 at the Hanawalt House. photo by/ Sonora Hernandez Phi Sigma Sigma sorority held its From Her Cowboy Boots to Her Phi Sig Roots event Oct. 1 at the Hanawalt House and featured... 

ULV complicates relationships

ULV complicates relationships
Students Kenneth Carcamo Jr., Danny Moriel and Megan Sears dramatize an awkward moment of dating at the University of La Verne. Because the campus is small, a student can often encounter old flames. / photo illustration by Sonora Hernandez  Read More →

Sukkah celebrates Jewish tradition

Sukkah celebrates Jewish tradition
President Devorah Lieberman drills a piece of wood to build the Sukkah with the help of Director of Multicultural Services Daniel Loera. The Hillel Jewish Club built a Sukkah during the one week Jewish holiday of Sukkot on Wednesday at Sneaky Park. During the holiday of Sukkot a Sukkah is built out of wood with three walls covered in green fabric and is blessed by a cantor. The Sukkah will stand throughout... 

On the Calendar

Homecoming Panel The Leos PR Club will host a Homecoming speakers panel from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m Tuesday at the Campus Center. Movie Night Hillel will have a movie night at 10 p.m. Tuesday at Sneaky Park as part of their Sukkot celebration. Students are invited to participate regardless of religious affiliation. Rock-A-Thon Phi Sigma Sigma will hold their annual Rock-A-Thon at noon Wednesday in Sneaky... 

Students talk dining and dorms at ASULV open forum

Alejandra Aguilar Assistant Editor The Associated Students of the University of La Verne held the first student forum of the year Wednesday in effort to listen to student concerns. This year, student suggestions revolved around parking, dorms, dining services and an on-campus pool. Joshua Barragan, freshman chemistry major, was one of a few students who had comments on campus dining. “There are only... 
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