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Old Town La Verne’s annual trick-or-treating event included a visit from LVTV for its “Halloween Spooktacular” show.
Members of the Residence Hall Association are headed to Southern Oregon University on Friday for the annual Pacific Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls Conference.
It is after midnight and the only sound that can be heard in Sneaky Park is the creaking of rocking chairs, and the laughter of the Phi Sigma Sigma sisters.
As some may already know, Halloween is not a widely celebrated holiday in Mexico. What is widely celebrated is Dia de Los Muertos on Nov. 2. And to honor the holiday, the Latino Student Forum set up a traditional altar.
Walking into Green’s BBQ and Soul Food in Covina, I was presented with a menu that carried a range of different entrees such as collard greens and much more.
Magician Dan Sperry does not like performing card tricks. In fact, the only cards he uses in his show are to demonstrate an almost inappropriate poem about kings and queens that he said he wrote when he was 8 years old.
When I walked into Delhi Palace Express, the first thing that struck me was the bright walls and the aroma of spices. The next thing I noticed was the big genuine smile of Raoimder Gill, one of the employees at Delhi.
Local legends of ULV’s past have been passed down from one curious student to the next. Everything from hearing eerie noises, seeing ghostly figures, and cold creepy feelings – similar to walking through the bottom floor of Founders Hall.
With the economy being shaky and the rise of school expenses, some La Verne students are changing the way they are celebrating Halloween this year.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Sigma Kappa sorority and the Campus Activities Board threw a Pink Party on Monday.