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Dan Sperry startles ULV students

Dan Sperry startles ULV students
Magician Dan Sperry and audience assistant Michelle Bedolla, a student at La Verne, started the show with a shocking and dark performance of magic. Sperry, a finalist on the “America’s Got Talent” television show, defied reality in front of a full house at the Campus Center on Monday as part of the University’s Halloweek events during the week leading up to Halloween. / photo by Scott Mirmanian Carly... 

Restaurant Review: Dehli Palace offers spicy delights

Sukhwant Sanghera, owner of the Delhi Palace Express, bakes traditional naan bread in a clay oven daily for his restaurant. The Delhi Palace has offered authentic Indian cuisine in Claremont for over five years. Delhi Palace Express offers an array of good tasting food at inexpensive prices. The restaurant has a buffet style setting with vegetarian and non vegetarian meal options. / photo by Garrett... 

Halloween season brings haunted memories

Grady Lee Thomas Staff Writer For centuries, countless stories of hauntings and sightings of supernatural or ghostly figures have been passed down through various cultures. From London’s infamous Jack the Ripper, whom is said to haunt Westminster Bridge every New Year’s Eve, to the many legends of Paris, the city where studies of the occult and paranormal have been done. And as Halloween approaches,... 

Students’ opinions vary on Halloween costumes

Michael Phillips LV Life Editor 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. Many ULV students were still not sure what they wanted to be for Halloween, or even wanted to do. “The problem is I don’t know what I’m going to be for Halloween,” Amber Lentulo sophomore sociology major said. “I’ve... 

La Verne students party in pink for breast cancer awareness

La Verne students party in pink for breast cancer awareness
Sophomore Cheyenne Beard and her Sigma Kappa sisters teamed up with CAB to host a Pink Party in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Monday in the Campus Center. The sponsors were promoting early detection as an important aspect of successful treatment for both women and men. There will be more than 190,000 new cases of breast cancer diagnosed in the United States this year. / photo by... 

Campus club helps business students acquire jobs

Nolasco Pesina Staff Writer As students we all look forward to the day we can say, “I got a job.” To get the job you want, however, you need to distinguish yourself among all the other people going for the same job. And that is what the University of La Verne’s Society of Accountants aims to do. “The club is a really good opportunity to help students network with people who work in the field... 

Group brings religion to busy ULV students

Nolasco Pesina Staff Writer Even with the busy schedule of a college student, with help from Christ’s X Factor – a Christian religious group on campus – students who are interested in maintaining their Christian connections may do so. “Our mission statement is to inspire fellow La Verne students and the community to live purpose driven lives through the gospel of Jesus Christ,” Tiffany Spears,... 

First Generation group assists new students

Christina Collins Burton Staff Writer Alysia Arriola, freshmen biology major, has attended all the meetings of the new First Generation Club on campus. She has had the opportunity to connect with her mentor through e-mail as the first generation program moves forward with its matching. This year, the program has undergone some major changes in order to offer a wide range of topics for students to gain... 

‘Taste of Asia’ is not far from home

'Taste of Asia' is not far from home
Owners Sam and Virada Khowons opened Taste of Asia, on Foothill Boulevard west of D Street two years ago. They have kept the restaurant staffed with family. Their son manages the staff and their nephew works as a server. The restaurant offers a huge menu and specializes in traditional Chinese, Korean, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine. / photo by Warren Bessant Megan Sebestyen Staff Writer It is no secret... 

Students give hope to sick children

Students give hope to sick children
Freshman business administration major Christopher Pulu volunteered to make bracelets on Monday for CAB’s “Bracelet Making for Children with Down Syndrome.” Each bracelet was made with letter beads, creating encouraging words, such as laugh, life and faith. CAB invited volunteers to the philanthropic event outside the Campus Center. Blue and yellow ribbon pins were handed out at the event to... 
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