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Dancin’ in the ACB

Dancin’ in the ACB
Senior radio major Andrew Zetterberg dances to music played by DJ Steven Santana at Club ACB in the Arts and Communication Building Nov. 21. Students enjoyed LeoFM music, ate pizza and danced the night away beneath the light of a disco ball hung from the ceiling. / photo by Amanda Duvall  Read More →

Black Friday deals do not entice the majority

Liz Ortiz Metro Editor Americans and university students may have finally had enough of the Black Friday chaos this year. Twelve out of 16 University of La Verne students said they did not plan on Black Friday shopping, according to an informal survey. The National Retail Federation reports Black Friday sales dropped 11 percent to $50.9 billion from $57.4 billion. The federation’s survey also said... 

First person experience: Pumpkin products do not satisfy

Kristina Bugante Editor in Chief As we near toward fall’s end and the holiday season, we see a huge rise in food trends. It gets a little ridiculous in October and November, when all of a sudden you feel as if you see everything under the sun could be pumpkin flavored. I was never really one to fall victim to the pumpkin craze, except for the occasional Pumpkin Spice Latte from Starbucks. However... 

Mean Boys

Mean Boys
Elias Maldonado, sophomore computer science major; Mark Coromac, sophomore accounting major; Tyler Bertao, junior communications major; and Sebastian Ayala, freshman psychology major, reenact the “Jingle Bell Rock” scene from the 2004 movie “Mean Girls.” The group was one of 22 performances at the Phi Sigma Sigma Talent Show Tuesday night. / photo by Mariela Patron  Read More →

Club unites secular points of view

Club unites secular points of view
Junior sociology major Cameron Mendez posts student questions during the Secular Student Alliance’s Ask-An-Atheist Day Nov. 12 in front of the Campus Center. The new university club allows nonreligious students to promote ethical secular philosophies. / photo by Julian Mininsohn Yaya Pineda Staff Writer The La Verne Secular Student Alliance held its informational Ask-An-Atheist booth Wednesday,... 

Festival showcases world cultures

Festival showcases world cultures
More than 300 students enjoyed food from all over the world, played games and learned about different cultures at the 24th annual International Education Festival from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 18 in Sneaky Park. / photo by Megan Peralez Gabriella Chikhani Staff Writer More than 300 students enjoyed food from all over the world, played games and learned about different cultures at the 24th annual International... 

On the Calendar

Casino Night Sigma Kappa Sorority will hold its annual Casino Night from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Nov. 22 in the Campus Center Ballroom. The event will raise money for their Ultra Violet campaign to fight against Alzheimer’s disease. There is a $20 donation to play. Holiday Extravaganza The Campus Activities Board will hold a holiday celebration to celebrate cultural diversity 10 p.m. Monday in Davenport... 

On the lookout

On the lookout
A juvenile red tailed hawk looks over the University Mall from a cedar tree near Founders Hall Wednesday. The Migratory Bird Treaty Act protects red tailed hawks, making it illegal to harm or remove them from their natural habitat. Red tailed hawks have been seen at Brackett Field Airport. Earlier, the hawk was perched on the flagpole by the Rock. / photo by Helen Arase  Read More →

LEC hosts finals party for students

LEC hosts finals party for students
Tiahna Gillon, sophomore kinesiology major, and Shaiasia Wannamaker, sophomore psychology major, learn about the Academic Success Center’s workshops at the ASC’s Countdown to Finals Night Tuesday. Attendees could also find out where they could meet other tutors and fill out surveys about what kind of workshops they want to have in the future. / photo by Mariela Patron Yaya Pineda Staff Writer... 

Ebola outbreak doesn’t scare student majority

Yaya Pineda Staff Writer The end of October brought about nasty coughs and colds that prompted many people to diagnose themselves with Ebola, the disease that swept through West Africa and spread internationally this fall. However, it was simply a coincidence that the Ebola breakout and flu season peaked at the same time. The topic of Ebola is something that has been causing a buzz around the world,... 
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