Open mic performers open hearts
Snaps and applause filled the Dailey Theater Tuesday, February 17 during the “What is Love?” Open Mic Night presented by University of La Verne’s Slam Poetry team. Audience members were given the opportunity to get up to the microphone and perform their own poetry or sing songs to a receptive and encouraging... 
Bob Everett, a volunteer from the Wild Wings of California, engages his audience by playing with a Red-Tailed Hawk at the 10th annual Family Bird Festival at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. Everett teased the hawk to encourage it to display its wings and red tail feathers. The festival featured a variety of stations... 
Jennifer Jackson Assistant Editor Xtend Barre studio in La Verne offers classes that fuse elements of dance, ballet and pilates to create a workout that tones and strengthens the body. On Monday, I attended a 55-minute Xtend Barre class. Upon entering, I met the owner, Cara Hipwell. She was helpful and introduced... 
Parchamazad stays on cutting edge
Professor of chemistry and department chair Iraj Parchamazad has been working at the University of La Verne for 28 years. Parchamazad is involved with Zeolite technology. Parchamazad holds a magnetic probe that is used for the nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy machine, located on the ground floor of Founders... 
Erum Jaffrey Arts Editor Classical and contemporary songs about birds, titled “Bird Songs – Flights of Avian Fancy” were sung with glee at noon last Friday at Scripps College. The performance was harmonized and presented by five faculty members: Anne Harley (soprano), Charles Kamm (tenor and harpsichord) and... 
Ferguson faces lasting social strife
Matt Pearce, a national reporter for the Los Angeles Times, was a member of the panel for “Ferguson: A Call For Understanding and Action,” a five-part teach-in series presented Tuesday at the University of La Verne College of Law. The Times sent Pearce to report at Ferguson two days after the Michael Brown shooting... 
Brian Williams, anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News, has been suspended for six months without pay due to his fabrication of his personal experience during the Iraq War. Williams admitted to fabricating a story in which he said he was in a helicopter that was hit in 2003 while reporting on the Iraq War.... 
After three Muslim students were killed in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on Feb. 10, the controversial issue of Islamophobia in the United States began to resurface, with some people outraged that this incident not being addressed as an act of terrorism. Craig Hicks was indicted for shooting and killing Deah Barakat,... 
Spirit of love takes over Leo Park
Mason Sustayta, a graduate student in the teaching credential program, Christian Garay, junior music major, and Patrick Swart, sophomore history major made flower bouquets for their valentines at Love is in the Air. CAB sponsored the event in Leo Park on Feb. 12. Students made cards, bouquets, enjoyed free Jersey Mikes... 

Happenings

// Feb 20th, 2015
Muqarnas Roberto Catalano, Mehdi Bagheri and Peter Hannalla will perform music at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Morgan Auditorium. General admission is $5 and students are free. ‘Breaking Illusion’ The La Verne College of Law will host a reception for “Breaking Illusion: Artist as Scientist,” exploring the connections... 
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