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Music fills the night in Claremont

Music fills the night in Claremont
Give Up the Junk from Chino Hills closes out the night at the Claremont Village’s weekly summer and fall event, Friday Nights Live. Drummer Michael Otkay completes his drum solo during the band’s rendition of Kool and the Gang’s hit “Celebration” while bassist Brendan Bennett, electric guitarist Garrett Hazen, singer/trombonist Michael Bennett and singer/saxophone player Erick Diaz prepare... 

Senior musicians say ‘Adios’ to LV

Kat Simonelli Staff Writer Senior music majors Angelica Osorio and Michael Choy presented their senior projects May 18 in Morgan Auditorium in front of family, friends and music enthusiasts alike. Osorio prepared a PowerPoint presentation on musician Astor Piazzolla who most famously played the bandoneon, a type of accordion, and his composition “Adios, Nonino” which means “Farewell, Grandfather”... 

Peel sheds layers through ‘Catharsis’

Alison Rodriguez Staff Writer Some students spend their free time on the Internet, others spend it out with their friends. But in this case, sophomore psychology major Matthew Peel spends his free time writing and publishing poetry and prose. This past April, Peel had his own book of poetry published by a company called AuthorHouse. It is available online now for purchase. The book, “Catharsis,”... 

Students sit in the director’s chair

Kristina Bugante Staff Writer Students of the Theatre Arts 351 class premiered their directing capabilities in “Theatre On-Stage: New Directions in Directing” May 17-25 in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret and Dailey Theatre. The week-long event, consisting of a series of one-act plays, opened with “The Bald Soprano” directed by sophomore theatre major Cole Wagner, “Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let... 

Happenings

Student Recital A student recital will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Morgan Auditorium. Admission is free. ‘Geolocation’ The Carlson Gallery is hosting photographers Nate Larson and Marni Shindel­man’s exhibit “Geo­location: Desert­scapes,” which will end Friday. The gallery is open to the public 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Faculty Recital Pianist Karen Knecht will perform at 5 p.m. on Saturday... 

New spin on after school activities

New spin on after school activities
During a warm-up session, Soetan Osifeso, 19, tries a few tricks while Jose Carerra, 18, and Soyemi Osifeso, 15, watch and wait for their turn to show off. The Hip Hop School of Arts in Pomona is a unique space that features lessons on how to DJ, create modern street art, and dance in a variety of hip-hop styles. The school is located on the southwest corner of Garey Avenue and Holt Boulevard in Pomona.... 

Barbershop performances bring harmony

Barbershop performances bring harmony
Ladies of Leo – a group comprised of junior liberal studies major Melissa Molinaro, sophomore music and theatre arts major Mona Lutfi, sophomore photography and theatre arts major Sonora Hernandez and junior music major Amanda Timko – perform “I Don’t Mind,” “On My Own,” and “Ma, He’s Making Eyes At Me” The at the barbershop harmony concert May 9 in Morgan Auditorium. / photo by... 

Huzzah for fun at the Renaissance Faire

Huzzah for fun at the Renaissance Faire
Terry Clark engages in some lively conversation with two fair-goers in one of the various vendors’ tents at the Southern California Renaissance Pleasure Faire on Saturday. The fair runs annually from the beginning of April to the end of May at the Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area, featuring an assortment of interesting characters, shows and hand-made items for sale. / photo by Chelsea Knight  Read More →

Final choral concert delights

Kat Simonelli Staff Writer The ULV Chamber Singers and Gospel Ensemble performed their last concert of the semester Tuesday in Morgan Auditorium. The choirs sang pieces entitled “The Jazz 150th,” “Vita De La Mia Vita,” “Elijah Rock,” “Go Down Moses,” “Bulle­rengue,” and their rendition of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water.” Freshman communications major, Timothy... 

Book Review: ‘S-Word’ gives the whole story

<i>Book Review</i>: ‘S-Word’ gives the whole story
Christina Collins Burton Book Editor Imagine waking up, getting ready for class, leaving your home and seeing the letters S-L-U-T written all over your car. In Chelsea Pitcher’s story in “The S-Word,” this is a reality for a 17-year-old girl. The story follows similar coming-of-age stories that take place in high school. The feeling of “tiers” of popularity shares the same kind of structure... 
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