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Exotic destinations await La Verne students

A variety of overseas travel opportunities will be offered during the January interterm. Angie Marcos LV Life Editor Several departments at the University are offering students the opportunity to venture to foreign countries in January – allowing them to immerse themselves in different cultures, all the while, receiving credits for their experience. The five international study options include... 

Laughing for a good cause

Michael Escañuelas Staff Writer Laughs filled Dailey Theatre as Alpha Omicron Pi held its third annual Laughs of Love comedy night on Wednesday. The program, which was titled, “Strike Out Arthritis,” took all proceeds made and put it toward funding for Arthritis research, the sorority’s international philanthropy of choice. “I think it was a successful event,” said Brittney Alarcon, a senior... 

Local restaurants showcased at Taste of La Verne

Local restaurants showcased at Taste of La Verne
More than 20 restaurants and catering services contributed its menu items for sampling at the ninth annual Taste of La Verne hosted by the Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 20 at the Sierra La Verne Country Club. Noel Avala, of the Sierra View Restaurant, volunteered to help serve guests some of Sierra View’s new menu items, such as prime rib and grilled salmon. / photo by Christopher Guzman Xenia Martinez Staff... 

Campus crusaders

Campus crusaders
Based on his life and his two-year experience in Japan, Kermit Bayless expressed his understanding of a few Bible stories for the La Verne Campus Crusade, a new club at ULV. Sher Porter, Elizabeth Keagy, Kermit Bayless, Caitlyn Lutz, Zack Kozac, Victoria Gebhart, Sarah Keagy, Paul Perkins and Shaun Hussain are all a part of Campus Crusade, which took place Oct. 8, in the West Dining Room. This event... 

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... 
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