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Alumni celebrate artist’s work

Alumni celebrate artist’s work
University of La Verne faculty and alumni engaged in a day of the art of Pierre-Auguste Renoir, the early 20th century painter, on Saturday. The event, hosted by Alumni Relations, began with a lecture by Jon Leaver, assistant professor of art history, in the President’s Dining Room. Leaver then escorted guests to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to see Renoir’s work up close. / photo by Christopher... 

Claremont Orchestra pays tribute to Lamkin in concert

Michael Shather Staff Writer The sounds of classical music filled the evening air, beckoning crowds to the source. The Claremont Colleges came together in a joint music program Saturday to bid farewell to acclaimed conductor Michael Lamkin at the Garrison Theater. The program was a tribute to Lamkin, who has served the colleges for more than 10 years as a teacher and concert conductor. Lamkin, who... 

Happenings

Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Florida natives Red Jumpsuit Apparatus will play May 14 in the Athletic Pavillion. Tickets will be available for students and non students at a pre-sale party today in Davenport. Tickets are free for students and $10 for non students during the pre-sale event. Claremont Colleges The Claremont Chamber Choir will perform its Spring Concert today at 12:15 p.m. at the Balch Auditorium... 

Photo exhibit focuses on laborers

Photo exhibit focuses on laborers
David Bacon, currently on exhibit at the University of La Verne, is showing his most recent photographic series titled, “Farm Workers” in the Irene Carlson Gallery. During the reception, members of Phi Delta Theta fraternity, Matt Dominguez and Roger Acevedo, spoke with Bacon about his photographs, while Bacon explained some of the stories that went with each picture. Bacon’s photographs have... 

Concert Review: Heartstop brings pop sound to ULV

Michael Phillips Staff Writer If you thought your heart could only stop when you sneeze or die, you’ve never heard Heartstop. About 40 students gathered in the Campus Center Wednesday night to watch the local band perform songs from its EP “Moments.” Heartstop is an unsigned Los Angeles-based rock band; the members include guitarist Matt Sellers , guitarist / keyboardist / vocalist Jake Hawkes,... 

Cal Poly students shock and entertain audience

Mark Vidal Editorial Director A sex slave humping a bloody body bag proved that when students are asked to use their imaginations, they will. The Cal Poly Pomona Department of Theater Arts presented student written-and-directed one acts last weekend, showcasing five unique tales dealing with realistic and out-of-this-world circumstances. “Eddie’s Night Out,” written by Matthew Reidy, was the... 

Happenings

Bullet For My Valentine The British metal band Bullet For My Valentine will headline Friday at the Palladium. Opening acts include Michigan post-hardcore Chiodos and Australian hard rockers Airbourne. Doors open at 6 p.m. and tickets are $22 at the door. Visit thepalladium.net for more information. Need to Breathe South Carolina’s rock hit wonder Need to Breathe will headline Saturday at the El Rey... 

Crime in Stereo singer discusses life on tour

Crime in Stereo singer discusses life on tour
Kristian Hallbert, the singer for Crime in Stereo, a punk-rock/hardcore band, speaks about the group’s current world tour and its future plans. Crime in Stereo headlined at Chain Reaction on Tuesday. The band recently released its fourth album, “I Was Trying to Describe You to Someone,” in February. / photo by Nicholas Mitzenmacher Carly Hill News Editor Before a show at Chain Reaction in Anaheim,... 

Music Review: K Sera introduces addictive sound

Samantha Sincock Copy Editor Sacramento is home to a variety of music genres being one of the most diverse music scenes in the nation and has produced yet another group worthy of greatness. K Sera has taken the sounds of music on a theatrical roller coaster with their short but captivating EP, “Me Before Women and Children.” The journey began as a solo project headed by singer and guitar player... 

‘Twelfth Night’ takes a new spin

Shakespeare’s classic comedy is set in 1920s. Rebecca Bravo Staff Writer William Shakespeare’s classic comedy “Twelfth Night,” which opened last night, should delight audience members. The show is set in the roaring ’20s. “Shakespeare is … meant to be seen on stage,” said Stephanie Aguilar who plays the leading role of Viola. Viola is a woman who is shipwrecked and stranded... 
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