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Fetty Wap comes La Verne’s way

Des Delgadillo Arts Editor The first week of the spring semester ended with the announcement of Fetty Wap as the 2016 Lavernapalooza headliner. The Associated Students of La Verne made the announcement in conjunction with campus radio station LeoFM immediately following the club fair, Feb. 5, in Sneaky Park. “We just figured it would be the perfect time to do it,” said sophomore business administration... 

Student voices lifted at poetry open mic night

Kendra Craighead Staff Writer The Black Student Union and members of the Spoken Word poetry team hosted the “Lift Every Voice” open mic night Feb. 3 at Pappas Artisanal in downtown La Verne. Steven Forns kicked off the open mic night with a poem titled “Macy’s Day Parade,” an ode to anyone who has ever had to deal with not voicing their opposing political beliefs around family members, especially... 

Harris Gallery all ‘dolled’ up for ‘Imaginary Selves’

Harris Gallery all ‘dolled’ up for 'Imaginary Selves'
Artist Jane Callister cradles a doll from Lisa Jevbratt’s interactive installation “Caring For You” Tuesday in the Harris Gallery. Jevbratt’s piece reflects her matrilineal descent, with dolls the size of two month old babies that she created, as well as a doll passed down to her from as far as her third great grandmother. Jevbratt and Callister are featured along with Viêt Le, Brian McArthur,... 

Happenings

‘Driest Seasons’ The Carlson Gallery presents “The Driest Seasons: California’s Dust Bowl,” a photographic documentary on the social effects of the drought on the farming communities in the San Joaquin Valley by Los Angeles Times staff photographer Michael Rob­in­son Chávez. The exhibit runs through March 24. Chávez will also give a lecture about the project at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in... 

Fetty Wap announced as LaVernapalooza 2016 headliner

The first week of the spring semester ended with the announcement of rapper Fetty Wap as the 2016 LaVernapalooza headliner. The Associated Students of La Verne made the announcement in conjunction with campus radio station LeoFM immediately following Friday’s club fair in Sneaky Park. Guess who is performing at laverneapalooza We helped in the reveal!!! Fetty Wap! pic.twitter.com/eSxa6Afcjd —... 

Concert brings holiday joy to La Verne

Concert brings holiday joy to La Verne
ULV Chamber Singer Ernie Reyes takes center stage for his solo from the a capella group Straight No Chaser’s arrangement of “12 Days of Christmas” in the music department’s Wondrous Holiday Spectacular concert Sunday in Morgan Auditorium. He is surrounded by fellow Chamber singers Brianna Nemback, David Vorobyov, McKinley Pollock, Micah Madrid, Sarah Alonzo, Megan Hurst and Lorali Mossaver-Rahmani.... 

Album Review: Kid Cudi exposes dark emotions with new sound

Camila Rios Staff Writer Scott Ramon Segura Mescudi, better known as Kid Cudi, released his fifth studio album, “Speedin Bullet 2 Heaven,” Dec. 4. Kid Cudi is an American rapper, singer and composer who rose to fame after the debut of his first album, “A Kid Named Cudi,” in 2008. In all of his albums, Cudi has depicted an immense amount of emotion and “Speedin Bullet 2 Heaven” is no exception. In... 

Student directors make their La Verne debut

Gabriella Chikhani Staff Writer Members of the Theater 251 class opened the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre doors Wednesday night and welcomed students, faculty, family and friends to watch their student directing projects. There were six different scenes, each 15 minutes long, that were performed by students. The lights in the black box theater were dimmed as props such as a small black couch, a coat... 

Seniors exhibit personal experiences

Seniors exhibit personal experiences
Provost Jonathan Reed asks senior Xinjie Yin about the process behind her artwork featured in the Senior Art Exhibit Dec. 1 in the Harris Gallery. Yin’s piece features two intricate female figures bordered by geometric shapes all done in red on a clear Plexiglas background. Other student artwork included a honeycomb sculpture and a collage shaped like a triangle. / photo by Benjamin Camacho Autumn... 

Album Review: Old soul Adele returns for closure and a fresh start

Des Delgadillo News Editor With over 4.2 million copies of “25” sold in the first two weeks, the only way Adele could break any more records is if she were let loose in a vinyl warehouse with a baseball bat. After four painfully quiet years, it is clear now that motherhood has done nothing to weaken Adele’s stranglehold on the industry or on listeners’ heartstrings. The songstress’ third... 
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