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Lamkin’s legacy honored in concert

Lamkin’s legacy honored in concert
Cellist Rick Mooney accompanies the La Verne Chamber Singers in a concert in Morgan Auditorium that was a culmination of choral music that professor of music Kathy Lamkin taught in her classes during her 34 years at the University of La Verne. / photo by Bailey Maguire Kristina Bugante Editorial Director Kathy Lamkin, professor of music, was honored for her 34 years of service at the University of... 

Real-world issues inspire performers

Real-world issues inspire performers
Senior computer science major Jacob Bogdanoff throws tofu at the audience in ‘Hellharbor Chronicles,’ a satire on nutrition, written by junior theater major Jordan Klomp and directed by senior theater major Gracie Gilb. Fifteen original plays were performed over the course of four days as final projects for students in the Theatre and Community class, under the supervision of Director of Theatre... 

‘Curatorial Studies Selects’ community art

'Curatorial Studies Selects' community art
Jasmine Martinez, senior architecture major at Mt. San Antonio College, explains the design of one of her three projects to George Assenelli, parent of one of the other artists, at the “Curatorial Studies Selects” show Monday in the Arts and Communications Building. The exhibit featured work by local artists and students who were selected by the Curatorial Studies class. Martinez used balsa wood,... 

Students recite poetry in ‘Prism Review’ launch

Students recite poetry in ‘Prism Review’ launch
Senior English major and creative writing minor Tabitha Lawrence reads the poem “Good Enough” by J.L. Schneider Monday in the Interfaith Chapel. The “Prism Review” literary journal celebrated its latest edition, 17th issue, with students reading poems aloud from the journal. The event also recognized Guadalupe Robles for outstanding creative writing, and her poems, “Letters from your parents,... 

Orchestra performs movie soundtracks

Orchestra performs movie soundtracks
The music department and the La Verne Symphony Orchestra presented “Music of the Movies” Saturday at Morgan Auditorium. Conductor Emmanuel Lagumbay led the orchestra in songs from “The Hobbit,” “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” and “Pirates of the Caribbean.” The orchestra is made up of students enrolled in MUS 119 taught by Danielle Rosaria Nahas.... 

Alonzo revisits childhood with music

Alonzo revisits childhood with music
Sarah Alonzo, junior music major with a minor in biology, performed at the Fridays At Noon Student Recital in Morgan Auditorium May 15. Alonzo did three different numbers, and the last song she soloed, “I Bought Me a Cat” by Aaron Copland, is an old children’s song, where she had to sing animal noises. / photo by Celine Dehban  Read More →

Happenings

‘Big Screen Barbershop’ The University of La Verne music department presents barbershop choruses at 6 p.m. Friday in Morgan Auditorium. Carol and the Belles and 3rd St. Sound will produce a combined ensemble highlighting music songs from movies. There is a $10 suggested donation and students are free. Senior Video Screening The communications department will screen the department’s senior broadcast... 

Theater students return to Fringe Festival

Celene Vargas Staff Writer University of La Verne theater students are immersing themselves in the Los Angeles theater scene by participating in the annual Hollywood Fringe Festival happening in June. Senior theater major James Powell, junior theater major Jordan Klomp, junior theater major Sara Haddadin and sophomore business administration and theater double major Delaney Poe are four of the six... 

Students jam to ‘Little Talks’

Students jam to ‘Little Talks’
Freshman music major Andrew Medina and senior sociology major and music minor Jessica Felix perform “Little Talks” by Of Monsters and Men Tuesday in Sneaky Park. The jam session was sponsored by the Mu Phi Epsilon fraternity, of which Medina and Felix are members. The concert was open to anyone who wanted to perform. / photo by Celene Vargas  Read More →

Theater Review: ‘Selvaggio’ promotes creative passion

Kristina Bugante Editorial Director For any person who longs to create — whether it be a writer, a photographer, a designer, a musician, or in this case, an artist — the best type of inspiration comes from when you surrender yourself to the thing that you are most afraid of. This rings true in “Mission Selvaggio,” a meaningful and original play written by Cole Wagner and directed by Cody Goss. Wagner,... 
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