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‘Corrie’ presents a voice for peace

‘Corrie’ presents a voice for peace
Samara Frame portrays title character Rachel Corrie on Saturday in Morgan Auditorium. The play is based on the journals and emails of Corrie during her membership in the International Soli­dar­ity Movement, a group dedicated to the support of the Palestinian cause through nonviolent protests. The play has been pulled or postponed from many venues because of its controversial political content. Its... 

Melodies travel the world in hours

Melodies travel the world in hours
Concertmaster Ivan Shulman conducts the Los Angeles Doctor’s Symphony Orchestra in front of a large group of residents Sunday at The Meeting House, Hillcrest Retirement Home in La Verne. The Cultural Arts Society of La Verne sponsored the performance. / photo by Zachary Horton Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer The Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra performed to a full house in The Meeting House at... 

School spirit celebrated in student’s artwork

School spirit celebrated in student’s artwork
Senior finance major Alfredo Rivas came to support his friend, accounting major and CAPA student Dania Sayvongsa. “Yellow Brick Road” is one of more than 10 paintings in the exhibit, titled “La Verne Inspired.” It will run through May 11 on the second floor of Miller Hall. / photo by Candice Salazar Veronica Orozco Staff Writer Dozens of students and faculty visited the Lewis Reception Center... 

Seniors’ art culiminates in exhibit

Seniors' art culiminates in exhibit
Inspired by the work of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, Kayla Gex created three miniature rooms, each with its own theme, like the Guatemala Room, for her senior art show in the Harris Gallery. The Senior Art Exhibition featured the work of seven senior artists, who utilized a variety of media, including film, photography and paint. / photo by Warren Bessant Cindy Vallejo Staff Writer Seven seniors from... 

Happenings

‘The Agony of Colin Powell’ The last performance of Ralph Saldana’s senior directing thesis, “The Agony of Colin Powell,” starts at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Dailey Theatre. Written by Professor of English William Cook and starring Lavelle Wilson, the play is a dramatic monologue in one act portraying the spiritual and emotional pain of a man in conflict. Tickets are $5 for general admission and... 

Band paves the way with eclectic sounds

Band paves the way with eclectic sounds
Peter Sprague, a San Diego based guitarist, plays with Bill Mays, pianist; Bob Magnusson, bassist; and Jim Plank, drummer, Monday in Morgan Auditorium. Sprague, who started playing guitar at 12 years old, has won more than 10 San Diego music awards and has been playing with the Coup band since 1978. / photo by Candice Salazar Valerie Dominguez Staff Writer Long time friends from San Diego performed... 

ULV serves as inspiration to artist

ULV serves as inspiration to artist
Dania Sayvongsa, an accounting major, has installed her art throughout Miller Hall, Campus Center and the Coffeeberry across the street from the University. The art will remain up until May 11, excluding those displayed in Campus Center that will remain there on a permanent basis. The artwork in the foreground includes the names of department chairs at the University. / photo by Cameron Barr Veronica... 

Gospel choir nurtures student voices

Gospel choir nurtures student voices
Tenor David Vorobyov, a freshman biology major, reviews his part with James Calhoun, director of choral activities, as the Chamber Choir prepares to participate in the Istoria Judia-Law Convivencia Musical last month. The choir performed with the Koi HaEmek Chorale and the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony. The event was a musical celebration of Spanish and Jewish culture and commemoration of the 1492 expulsion... 

Strings come together in harmony

Strings come together in harmony
Gayle Blankenburg, Rachel V. Huang, Roger Lebow and Mark Menzies, members of Quartet Lykos, play in the Balch Auditorium at Scripps College as part of the Friday Noon Concert series. Quartet Lykos began with compositions by Robert Schumann and finished with the premier of an original song, “Morning Pastiche: Magpie and Fantail,” by Menzies, the violaist. / photo by Katherine Careaga Mariela Patron Staff... 

Boy bands make a return to the music scene

Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer In the ‘90s boy bands had millions of young teens replaying their music, buying tickets to their sold-out shows and sometimes literally falling at their feet. Now boy bands are making a comeback with appearances on television and radio as well as being featured on the cover of magazines. These bands are made of attractive young men who target teens with their pop and... 
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