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Sigma Alpha Epsilon aids clean up effort

Yessenia Romo Staff Writer Members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity have begun to clean the field and stands at Ortmayer Stadium after every home football game. The members of the organization say they also go to the games to support the University’s football team. “We enjoy the game, so we might as well help clean up after,” said senior and SAE member Jesur Habek. The fraternity tries to... 

Commentary: Costume shopping shouldn't be scary

Charlie Neff Staff Writer With Halloween around the corner, many students are looking to find the perfect costume. Hopefully this will serve as a guide for those students struggling with costume decisions. One can’t underestimate the importance on Halloween of looking good, having the freshest costume and showing a little creativity as well. The Disney classics seem to be a huge hit this year with... 
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Group recognizes Latino history

Group recognizes Latino history
Students gather for a Hispanic Heritage Month celebration in Sneaky Park. A live mariachi band and Mexican food set the tone for the Latino Heritage Week fiesta in Sneaky Park Oct. 8. The festivities featured booths with information about various Latin American countries. The event was sponsored by the Latino Student Forum. / photo by Rafael Anguiano Xenia Martinez Staff Writer The Latino Student Forum... 

Pumpkin patch features petting zoo, family fun

Pumpkin patch features petting zoo, family fun
The La Verne Heritage Foundation, dedicated to preserving the history of La Verne, opened its annual pumpkin patch at Heritage Park on Oct. 10. One-year-old Bryce Diley carefully selects his pumpkin from the hundreds of all shapes and sizes. The patch also features a petting zoo and hay rides. The pumpkin patch will be open every day until Oct. 30. / photo by Christopher Guzman Charlie Neff Staff... 

Needle inflicts cancer awareness

Needle inflicts cancer awareness
Ink’d Chronicles in Pomona hosts its annual tattoo and piercing charity event to benefit cancer research. Ink’d Chronicles held its second annual “Tattoos For The Cure” Saturday which included bands outside, tattoos for charity, and art. Robyn Bryan and Bill Bryan, an alumnus of University of La Verne, participated in the charity with tattoo artist Joey Olivas. Terry Dipple, an alumnus... 

Restaurant Review: Klatch offers more than just coffee

Samantha Sincock Arts Editor/Editorial Director Rancho Cucamonga is a town east of Los Angeles who, before the Victoria Gardens, had scarcely been heard of throughout the Southern California area. But in that city, there is a local treasure that will have coffee lovers everywhere rushing to this caffeine hot spot. Located in the oldest winery in California, the Coffee Klatch provides a relaxing and... 

Restaurant Review: At The Press, wholesome food meets ambiance

Charlie Neff Staff Writer The Press Restaurant’s healthy, hearty meals put grandma’s cooking to shame with a variety of delicious options. The Press is a little hole in the wall, located in downtown Claremont. But don’t let its modest exterior fool you. The Press is a classy joint. At first glance from the outside, one would expect the restaurant to be small. Upon entrance, you quickly realize... 

Bonelli Park opens its waters to visitors

Bonelli Park opens its waters to visitors
Puddingstone Reservoir is located in the heart of Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park in San Dimas. Construction of Puddingstone Dam began in 1925 and was completed in 1928 at a cost of $1 million. The park hosts boating, water skiing, concerts, parties, picnicking, camping, hiking, bird watching and bicycle riding. Admission is $10 before 5:30 p.m. and free after. / photo by Rafael Anguiano Angie Marcos LV... 

Project produces baby blankets

Project produces baby blankets
Michael Lin and Stephanie Hernandez, along with Jesur Habrek, make blankets for premature babies at the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. The event was organized by Sigma Alpha Epsilon and held in the Muriel Pollia Sculpture Garden on Monday and Wednesday. Most premature babies are born without sufficient body fat to adequately warm themselves and usually need to be incubated, but as they become... 

On the Calendar

Knott’s Scary Farm Tickets The Campus Center is offering discounted Knott’s Scary Farm Haunt tickets from Oct.1 to Oct. 31. Prices range from $33 to $52 depending on the date. For more information contact the Campus Center Information and Services desk at 909-593-3511, ext. 4700. Travel to Italy The University is offering a trip to Italy this January interterm. Bologna, Milan, Rome, Florence and... 
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