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‘The Message’ The Muslim Student Association will show the film “The Message” at 5 p.m. Friday in the Campus Center Ballroom. The film follows the story of Hamza, the Muslim prophet Moham­mad’s uncle and their struggle in turning people in Mecca away from idolatry and toward Allah. The event will be first come, first served and will include free pizza, snacks and drinks. For more information... 

Bunny Gunner Gallery offers a feast for the eyes

Bunny Gunner Gallery offers a feast for the eyes
Patrons take a bite out of the ‘All U Can Eat’ exhibit. The Bunny Gunner Art Gallery is showing the “All U Can Eat” exhibition. The show features several artists with some simple guidelines. Phillip Graffham views the art which features a variety or works ranging from photography to ceramic tile paintings. The “All You Can Eat” gallery exhibition will be open through Tuesday. The... 

Claremont Symphony hits all the right notes

Claremont Symphony hits all the right notes
The music of composers Carl Maria von Weber and Ludwig van Beethoven filled the air at the Garrison Theater on Saturday. / photo by Christopher Guzman Tiffany Spears Staff Writer The music of composers Carl Maria von Weber and Ludwig van Beethoven filled the air at the Garrison Theater on Saturday. During the Claremont Orchestra’s Winter Concert, performers enchanted an audience of about 120 people... 

Nico Vega shatters Glass House

Nico Vega shatters Glass House
The band Nico Vega, from Los Angeles, perform at the Glass House in Pomona on Feb. 25. The band’s lead singer, Aja Volkman, came out full of energy as the band showed its musical and vocal talents for the crowd of about 100. The band played the following day in Los Angeles for a much larger crowd which marked the final stop on its tour. / photo by Nicholas Mitzenmacher Carly Hill News Editor Sitting... 

La Verne alumna makes the cut in film festival

Rebecca Bravo Staff Writer This year’s Honolulu International Film Festival has accepted a film made by University of La Verne alumna La Verne resident Jennifer Hoge and two University broadcast faculty members. Hoge’s documentary, “Damien Making A Difference God Making a Saint,” was one of the 41 films selected from several hundred submissions from all over the world. Shane Rodrigues, University... 

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Vagina Monologues As part of the V-day celebration, the 5th Annual presentation of the Vagina Monologues will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday in Daily Theatre. Proceeds will benefit the David and Margaret Home and the women of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Admission is $5 for students and $8 for general. ‘God Grew Tired of Us’ The film “God Grew Tired of Us” will be played... 

Swellers expand through success

Swellers expand through success
Hailing from Flint, Mich., The Swellers have signed with Fueled by Ramen and are now traveling the country. Fueled by Ramen is an independent record label based in New York City dealing mostly with punk inspired rock/pop bands. Their new album, “Ups and Downsizing” focuses on our struggling economy and how to find the silver lining. The Swellers will also be touring in Eurpose during the Spring... 
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Helen Pashgian exhibit lights up Pomona gallery

Helen Pashgian exhibit lights up Pomona gallery
Terry Laurents visited the Pomona College Museum of Art to see Helen Pashgian’s exhibit “Working in Light.” Pashgian captured qualities of light and space in her work to engage the visitors in an unusual optical experience. The exhibit will remain in the gallery through April 11 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. / photo by Christopher Guzman Rachel Smith Staff Writer Helen Pashgian,... 

Music professor dazzles audience

Music professor dazzles audience
Yih-Mei Hu, a visiting professor at Scripps College, performed music of Claude Debussy, George Crumb and Franz Liszt as a part of the Friday Noon Concert series in Balch Auditorium on Feb. 19. Each piece was unique, including Crumb’s “Five Pieces for Piano,” which required not only the playing of the keys but the plucking of the piano strings. / photo by Christopher Guzman Carly Hill News Editor The... 

'Vagina Monologues' preview sparks emotion

Kristen Campbell News Editor The production of “The Vagina Monologues” is back at the University of La Verne with new interpretations and entertainment for everyone. Celebrating its fifth year of performing on Dailey Theatre’s main stage, the cast and crew of this year’s production are hoping for a successful turnout. “There’s so much darkness and secrecy surrounding them—like the Bermuda... 
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