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Event gets rave reviews

Karo Chakhlasyan Staff Writer The rhythm of DJ beats and poets’ words heard at the Campus Activities Board’s rave provided Leopards and poets from 40 different colleges a place to cut loose Wednesday night in the Campus Center Ballroom. The Campus Center and CAB came together to create the rave, after associate director of the Campus Center, Jim Brooks, contacted CAB advisor Angie Anderson. “He... 

Rock-n-Jock is a slam dunk for philanthropy

Annunciata Williams Staff Writer Phi Sigma Sigma hosted its seventh annual Rock-n-Jock basketball philanthropy tournament Wednesday in the Athletics Pavillion. “I just came out to cheer on everybody,” Lisa Tundis, resident director of the Oaks, said. “I just love the Greek community.” Participants in the event were asked to donate $2 to play, while audience members were asked to give $1 to... 

CAB giveaway goes swimmingly

CAB giveaway goes swimmingly
Anthony Juarez, a sophomore communications major and member of the Campus Activities Board, collects fish from Nicole Rodriguez, freshman art major, and Estrellita Guzman, freshman biology major, at CAB’s Adopt-A-Fish event on Tuesday in front of Barbara’s Place. Students were allowed to choose a bowl, catch a fish and select some decorations for their new pet. CAB filled the fishbowls with bottled... 
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One More Move Bike Rodeo Children are encouraged to come out to the One More Move Bike Rodeo to get lessons in bicylce safety on city streets. Volunteers will be repairing bicycles to be donated at the event. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Incycle in San Dimas, located at 561 W. Arrow Highway. For more information visit onemoremove.org or contact Jesse Evans at jesse.evans@laverne.edu. CUPSI... 

Classic cars showcased in Old Town La Verne

Classic cars showcased in Old Town La Verne
Louie Gonzales (left) shows his 1969 Dodge Charger R/T at the annual Cool Cruise 2012 Car Show on Saturday in Old Town La Verne. Gonzales purchased the car in 1968 and has cared for it ever since. The car show invaded the streets of Old Town with over 400 participants, and many more spectators, who enjoyed fresh food, friendly people, classic cars and hot rods. Cool Cruise was originally proposed to... 

Grilling for a cause

Grilling for a cause
Brandon Jacoby, senior biology major, grills up free barbecue during the Global Medical Brigade’s Rock painting event Wednesday, despite the afternoon rain. The Rock painting, barbecue and bake sale were held to promote autism awareness. / photo by Christian Uriarte  Read More →

Religious celebration combines spring holidays

Religious celebration combines spring holidays
Cindy Vallejo, a senior communications major, and Andrea Montoya, a sophomore communications major, enjoyed their lunch at the Campus Activities Board’s Passover and Easter event, which took place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 5 at the University Mall. Students dined on honey-baked ham, rice and salad as they learned about Christian and Jewish culture and history. / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Danielle... 

Gracefully becoming aware of MSA

Gracefully becoming aware of MSA
Ashley Sourapas, a senior communications major, welcomed Windy Petrick and daughters, Malayna and Hallie Mee Petrick, to a Saving Grace fundraising event on March 30 at Chase’s Wine Bar and Beer in Downtown La Verne. Saving Grace raises money to spread awareness of and give support to those who are affected by multiple system atrophy. / photo by Debora Escobar Karo Chakhlasyan Staff Writer Family,... 

Stephens’ voice lands first place for LV Idol

Cindy Vallejo Staff Writer Four finalists performed for Mu Phi Epsilon’s second annual La Verne Idol with Aleah Stephens taking the title. Stephens, Ashley Broussard, Juana Munoz and Melissa Molinaro were the finalists who amazed the audience Tuesday night in Morgan Auditorium. Stephens was awarded a $100 gift card, trophy and her name on the La Verne Idol winner plaque. Adriana Navarro hosted the... 

ULV students take a seat at the seder table

Annunciata Williams Staff Writer About a dozen students and staff members gathered Tuesday evening in Davenport Dining Hall to participate in a model Passover seder commemorating the holiday which begins Friday night and marks the Jewish exodus from Egypt. The La Verne event was organized by Zandra Wagoner, university chaplain, and conducted by Paul Buch, cantor of Temple Beth Israel in Pomona. Most... 
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