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Music Review: ‘¡Dos!’ gives pop-punk trilogy a second chance

Alex Forbess Editorial Director Green Day, are they here right now? Even before lead guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong had a breakdown during the iHeartRadio Festival, the band seems to be drifting from its core values. When “¡Uno!” was released on Sept. 25, it had some great song, maybe one, but overall, it was a disappointing album to start off their trilogy. Now Green Day is faced with another... 

Happenings

‘Dissent’ The Carlson Gallery presents “Alumni Alle­gories: Dissent,” a collaborative project between photography and writing. Students from Sean Bernard’s Writing 307 class will write an accompaniment to photographs by 22 alumni of the photography department. The exhibit will run through to Dec. 7. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday. ‘Site’ The Harris... 

The Rose Trio blossoms on stage

The Rose Trio blossoms on stage
Rose Trio members Sarah Wallin Huff, Irene Shiao and Danielle Rosaria Cummins get in a quick rehearsal before their show in Morgan Auditorium on Friday. The Rose Trio has a wide repertoire, ranging from Delius and Debussy to Vivaldi and Bach. / photo by Ryan Gann Erica Maurice Staff Writer The Rose Trio filled Morgan Auditorium with melodic music Nov. 8. The trio consists of three violinists: Sarah... 

Chaos controlled on white walls

Chaos controlled on white walls
Site-specific installation art has brought the environment from outside the galleries inside. The current exhibit, titled “Site,” was curated by Associate Professor of Art History, Jon Leaver, and brought the work of Chad Attie and Bettina Hubby to the Harris Art Gallery. Theresa Porter, senior speech communications major, found interest in Bettina Hubby’s “Cone tribute in black”... 

Poet takes students through her life

Monique Millan Staff Writer Maggie Nelson, author, poet and art critic visited La Verne to speak about novels, life and her journey as a writer. Nelson read passages out of her novels to a group of students many of whom brought their own copies of her books to the presentation at the Chapel last Friday. “She is amazing and articulates the way she writes. I’m glad to say I got her autograph,”... 

Romance in ‘Urinetown’

Romance in 'Urinetown'
During the song, “Mr. Cladwell,” Mr. McQueen (Cole Wagner), Senator Fipp (Alex Freitas), Dr. Billeaux (Jake Tittl), the secretary (Victoria Wyatt) and the bag lady (Sonora Hernandez) dance around Caldwell B. Cladwell (Stephenson Holder), in "Urinetown." / photo by Zachary Horton Theatre arts majors Amy Bolton, as Hope Cladwell, and Zachary Green, as Bobby Strong, embrace during... 

Happenings

‘Dissent’ The Carlson Gallery presents a collaborative project between photography and writing. Students from Sean Bernard’s Writing 307 class will write an accompaniment to photographs by 22 alumni of the photography department. The exhibit will run through to Dec. 7. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday. ‘Urinetown: The Musical’ The theatre arts and music departments... 

Alumni return to display photos

Alumni return to display photos
The Carlson Gallery hosts a well-attended reception for the photographers and writers in the most recent exhibition, “Dissent,” on Nov. 2. Gallery guests included Isela Peña-Rager and Raffi Zinzalian, two of the alumni photographers whose work was being shown. Alpha Chi co-sponsored the reception with the photography department and the writing program. / photo by Kelley Maggiulli Karo Chakhlasyan Arts... 

Brazilian rhythms carry flirtatious beat

Brazilian rhythms carry flirtatious beat
Singer Patty Ascher sang to a South American tune this week in the Morgan Auditorium, showing not only her vocal talent, but her dancing ability as well. Her record was recorded in her native Brazil, she travels the world displaying a delightful tribute to Jazz and Samba music from her €Deu Jazz no Samba album. / photo by Mitchell Aleman Katie Madden Staff Writer A small but festive crowd enjoyed... 

Video Game Review: New ‘Halo’ rises above the rest

Robert Penalber News Editor The “Halo” franchise has continued its momentum as Xbox’s killer app, stifling any worries over Microsoft’s decision to replace developing partner Bungie with 343 Industries. Following its successful predecessors, members of Halo Nation can rejoice and be certain that the first installment of the Reclaimer Trilogy will not disappoint. Four years after falling into... 
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