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Food Court: Licon continues sweet tradition

<i>Food Court</i>: Licon continues sweet tradition
Junior movement and sports science major A.J. Licon enjoys baking when he finds himself with free time. He got into baking while following his mother around as a child and she put him to work. Licon enjoys baking a variety of desserts but especially likes peanut butter cookies. / photo by Ryan Gann Veronica Orozco LV Life Editor Hidden talents are always fun to figure out, especially when it results... 

Intramurals are big hit for La Verne students

Erica Maurice Staff Writer Half a dozen volleyballs flew across the gym as eight teams warmed up for the Campus Activities Board’s intramural volleyball tournament. “The cool thing about intramurals is that anyone can make a team and play,” said intramural chair and senior public relations major Anthony Juarez. Only four of these teams will move on to the finals of the intramural volleyball game... 

Commentary: Greek good deeds go unnoticed

<i>Commentary</i>: Greek good deeds go unnoticed
Veronica Orozco, LV Life Editor Being a part of any organization on campus comes with the responsibility of making sure it is well represented, but Greek organizations go through this most of all. They get scrutinized for every little mistake that is made but never recognized for the efforts they take to help out. People hear gossip about what one member did and generalize the entire Greek community... 

Nostalgic and new games featured

Nostalgic and new games featured
Senior Victoria Moreno and Edgar Gomez, junior Spanish major, battle it out in “Street Fighter” on Playstation 3 in the “Thrills on Wheels” video game truck Feb. 13. Thrills on Wheels is a gamer’s dream filled with arcade games and equipped with a couch, a Wii U, Playstation 3 and Xbox. The bus was parked at Sneaky Park and was open to any student who wanted to come in. /photo by Nicole Ambrose Candice... 
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Picking event has broad appeal

Picking event has broad appeal
Alex and Irene Levkoff of San Dimas visited Heritage Park in La Verne for orange picking Saturday. The park is open for orange picking Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. through mid-March, and each bag of oranges is $5. Lemons and grapefruits can also be picked. / photo by Katherine Careaga Monica Dien Staff Writer The sweet fragrance of ripe oranges pierced through the air at Heritage Park, La Verne’s... 

Freshmen faced frustration at registration

Kat Simonelli Staff Writer Registration for the spring semester began on Nov. 27, 2012, and caused a lot of stress for some La Verne students according to an informal poll. Due to the Freshman La Verne Experience program, freshmen said they were a little lost when it came to registering for classes this semester because they previously had an adviser do it for them. “I think it really sucks that... 

Mentalist leaves students stunned

Mentalist leaves students stunned
To close “welcome back week:” festivities, mentalist Sean Bott performed in the Campus Center ballroom Feb. 7. His numerous acts left the audience mystified. Sophomores Caiti Helsper and Kayla Hockman were asked to come to the stage and pick a page in the book Bott was holding. As they decided on the page and memorized the number, he closed the book then opened it again and had them look for... 

Ash Wednesday marks a fresh start

Mariela Patron News Editor The University of La Verne provided a bilingual Ash Wednesday service to about 40 students and faculty in the Chapel. Students and faculty participated in bilingual Bible readings, and University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner and Director of Multicultural Affairs Daniel Loera distributed the ashes. “It’s a connection of the idea that we come from dust and we return to dust,”... 

Club fair offers new opportunities

Club fair offers new opportunities
Senior business administration major Andrea Naccache, and senior art major Amberly Kastelic, College Panhellenic Association members, answer questions at the club fair Feb. 7. The fair was a part of Welcome back week that is held to reintroduce students to campus and invite them to get involved with different organizations on campus. Kat Simonelli Staff Writer The University of La Verne hosted a club... 

Jones-Fosu leads students to ACTion

Erica Maurice Staff Writer The Associated Students of the University of La Verne hosted Justin Jones-Fosu who brought his interactive speaking skills to life through his inspirational lecture “Lead like an ACTion HERO.” “The Foundation is to challenge people to act,” Jones-Fosu said. Jones-Fosu calls himself an ACTion HERO and wants to inspire others to be one as well. One can become an ACTion... 
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