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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... 

Public checks out video games at library

Brianna Means Staff Writer People of all ages came to see a 10-year-old battle a 20-year-old in a relaxing, yet competitive, game of “Marvel vs. Capcom” at the video game club. The city of La Verne library holds video game meetings from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. every Tuesday. The club began in 2005 by children’s librarian Shandra Nelson. “It started because I like video games and thought it would be... 

Italian culture finds itself at ULV

Italian culture finds itself at ULV
To celebrate Italian Culture Day students and staff members enjoyed Italian food as well as classic Italian music and decorations that had many thinking of Venice. The celebration took place in Davenport Dining Hall on Oct. 13. / photo by Denisse Leung Anthony Juarez Staff Writer The smell of pasta and chicken parmesan and the sounds of violins transformed Davenport Dining Hall into an afternoon in... 

First Person Experience: Knott’s is now not so scary

Sarah Sleeger Staff Writer Knott’s Scary Farm has been one of Southern California’s favorite spots to enjoy the spirit of Halloween for years. Since its creation, people have flocked to the park that offers a scary good time. However, with competitors that have really amped up the screams, Knotts has been falling behind. The park was sufficiently full when I attended, but not like in years past. The... 

Pink, ink make money for the cure

Tennille Wright Staff Writer Models sashayed down the pink runaway on Second Street as Ink’d Chronicles hosted its fourth annual Tattoo for the Cure on Oct. 15 in Pomona. The annual event held in the middle of breast cancer awareness month, had more than 200 people in attendance and raised more than $8,000. Terry Dipple, founder of Tattoo for the Cure and owner of Ink’d Chronicles, said he was... 

Claremont boutique brings fashion to Village

Ashley Sourapas Staff Writer Customers of Nectar have no need to worry about seeing their recently bought dress on someone else. The clothing boutique in Claremont offers original pieces that are limited in stock and frequently rotated. With Nectar’s affordable and fashion-forward merchandise, customers are learning that it is a one-of-a-kind retail store. “The store has an eclectic style that... 

On the Calendar

Homecoming Street Fair The Big Bang Decades Street Fair will be held at 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday in front of the Campus Center. The Leo Lifetime parade, featuring floats from a variety of clubs, will be held at 12:40 p.m. Face-painting, green-screen photos and temporary tattoos will be featured as well as free food and music from Leo FM. Luncheon and Concert Prior to President Devorah Lieberman’s... 

Pumpkin patch offers seasonal fun

Pumpkin patch offers seasonal fun
On a sunny Saturday, Wendy Tung from La Verne and her 11 month old son, Hans Tung, visited the pumpkin patch for the first time. While enjoying the event, Hans Tung posed on the hay while his mother took pictures. The 21st Annual Harvest Pumpkin Patch at Heritage Park, is open from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays and from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekends. / photo by Denisse Leung Ashley Sourapas Staff Writer Wagon... 

Gameology hosts card tournaments, game nights

Karlie Bettencourt Staff Writer Trading card games are becoming more popular in the college demographic and the local game store, Gameology, is getting more business because of it. Gameology is a store in Montclair that is geared towards those who play trading card and strategy games where they can participate in tournaments and various game nights. “There has definitely been an increase in college... 

Restaurant Review: Dillon’s taste of the south

Christina Collins Burton Managing Editor The first thing I noticed walking into Dillon’s Pit Bar-B-Q was the warmth of the people working there. As they stood behind the counter, chatting as they waited for the customers of the day, you could tell that it was more of a family atmosphere than straight business. “The great thing is the owners had us meet each other before we started working,” cashier... 
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