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Classic cars invade pumpkin patch

Classic cars invade pumpkin patch
Classic car enthusiasts from local car clubs showcased their best set of wheels during the ninth annual Pumpkin Patch Classic Car Show at Heritage Park on Saturday. The event showcased only cars and trucks made before 1975. Community members had a chance to socialize and compare car tips. The car show was the last event to take place at this year’s Heritage Park Pumpkin Patch. / photo by Andrew Vasquez John... 

Halloween tricks, treats are caught on camera

Halloween tricks, treats are caught on camera
Cousins Parker (Darth Vader) and Will (dressed in a Cars Shirt), were brought to La Verne’s annual Trick or Treat Festival by their grandmother, Sheryl Roy. Roy said they have attended this event for the past four years. Employees in the shops of downtown La Verne hand out candy to children in costume to celebrate the event. / photo by Cameron Barr Allison Lavelle Staff Writer Darth Vader and Boba... 

Diwali highlights Indian culture

From Staff Reports The newly formed Indian Cultural Association turned the Campus Center ballroom into a heavenly place of light as members celebrated Diwali, on Tuesday. “Many people have Diwali parties around this time and it makes sense to celebrate as a school and a club so we can show we are active,” Aksheta Verma, president of the ICA said. “Since there are very few Indian students, this... 

Alumna celebrates a year of her radio show

Alyssa Cole Staff Writer Gyasmine George, creator and host of the Internet sports radio talk show “Female Field Guide,” celebrated the one-year anniversary of her hit women’s sports radio talk show. Just a year ago George launched the Internet radio show on Blog Talk Radio and has brought in 5,000 listeners since that time. “I know this is my purpose and I’ve never been more comfortable,”... 

Dia de los Muertos serves as day of remembrance

Tennille Wright Staff Writer The DJ spins cumba and meringue music while people dance under the stars in celebration of Dia de los Muertos, a day that remembers the lives of deceased family and friends. “I didn’t know what to expect but it’s fun, the music is really good,” Amelia Parra, freshman biology major, said. Ashley Cole, junior psychology major and multicultural chair for CAB, said... 

On the Calendar

Veterans Appreciation Day CAB will host a day dedicated to past and present war veterans from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Nov. 11 in the Campus Center Ball­room. The event will include student presentations and a lunch. –Amanda Nieto  Read More →

Granny’s Yogurt livens up downtown

Granny’s Yogurt livens up downtown
Freshman art major Keoni Colson shares a frozen treat with Ariel Le at Granny’s Yogurt on Monday. Granny’s Yogurt, located on the corner of D and Third streets in downtown La Verne, offers a large variety of yogurt flavors and toppings. Customers serve themselves and pay by the ounce. In addition, the store offers boba teas, smoothies and cold drinks. / photo by Scott Mirimanian Brianna Means Staff... 

Homecoming reigns in celebration

Homecoming reigns in celebration
With the Damien High School Marching Regiment in tow, University of La Verne President Devorah Leiberman descends Second Street in an antique Ford as a part of the Homecoming Pregame Parade. Just one of the festivities going on in the Campus Center Mall that morning, the parade featured President Leiberman as well as ULV alumni and the Homecoming Court. / photo by Andrew Vasquez Karlie Bettencourt Staff... 

Event spooks up Halloween spirit on campus

Event spooks up Halloween spirit on campus
Juniors Michelle Web and Christine Kinney carve a jack-o’-lantern at Hagrid’s Pumpkin Patch hosted by CAB in Sneaky Park Thursday. The tradition of carving pumpkins, which originated in Ireland, came from the folklore story of Stingy Jack and his deal with the devil to not claim his soul at death. / photo by Scott Mirimanian John Bottala Staff Writer For the second consecutive year the Campus Activities... 

Qi Gong promotes health benefits

Qi Gong promotes health benefits
Julia Wheeler, director of development, started a moving meditation called Qi Gong. Wheeler, who has been practicing moving meditation for more than two years, said she wanted to share the benefits of this practice with others. For the month of October she will lead sessions from 5:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Sneaky Park for anyone who wants to participate. / photo by Brittney... 
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