Actress inspires theater students
Actress Vannessa Vasquez speaks about what it takes to start a career in an extremely saturated industry on Thursday in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre. Along with the lecture, Vasquez presented an episode of the Hulu series “East Los High,” in which she has the lead role./ photo by Ben Camacho Autumn Simon Staff... 
Law school hosts civil rights panels
Timothy T. Coats lectured with subtle humor at the La Verne Law 1983 Civil Rights Symposium Oct. 29 at the Ontario Airport Embassy Suites. He discussed qualified immunity as a non established law and asked, “What constitutes clearly established law?” Having over 30 years of experience, Coats has argued and briefed... 
Brooke Grasso Metro Editor A close-knit club of early risers began hiking together in 1995 and has been traveling to hiking destinations near and far six days a week ever since. In 1995 La Verne resident Phyllis Helm discovered the city of La Verne did not have a true hiking club, so she started a group dedicated... 
Camila Rios Staff Writer The Model United Nations will travel to Santa Barbara this weekend for a three-day conference with universities from all across California. The team practices once a week between conferences and twice a week as the conferences begin approaching. “We have been preparing all year for this conference... 
Iota Delta sorority sisters – sophomore chemistry major Lupe Lara, sophomore political science major Hannah Bauer and senior liberal studies major Katie Lewis – jump for cystic fibrosis awareness during the 24-hour jump-a-thon Oct. 28 in Sneaky Park. Students entered raffles to win clothing and all money raised... 
La Verne Community Television held interviews with trick-or-treaters of all ages and read Halloween stories in Mainiero Square Saturday. Anchors, ULV alumna Tyler Harrison and double major in communications and speech communications, and senior broadcasting major Niki Alilovic, spoke with Samantha Bratt, dressed... 
Día de los Muertos, known in English as Day of the Dead, is a sacred Mexican holiday to honor ancestors and recently deceased loved ones in a three-day long celebration from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2. It is a beautiful holiday with deep personal meaning and involves making altars for the deceased and presenting the dead with... 
Lauren Harchut Staff Writer The La Verne Sports Clips is one of many locations that has partnered with the Veterans of Foreign Wars to help veterans and service members make the transition back into civilian life, through their Help A Hero program. In 2013, the Sports Clips chain began working with the VFW to create... 
La Verne splits with Chapman, Occidental
Trying to make a comeback in the third quarter, senior utility Jordan Bowers attempts to score, but is blocked by Chapman senior goalkeeper Stephen Neil Saturday at the La Verne Aquatics Center. The Leopards lost to the Panthers, 17-7. / photo by Sarah Vander Zon Alexandra de Leon Staff Writer With five injured... 
Swim and dive dip into new season
The La Verne swimming and diving team started off the 2015-16 season with a splash at Saturday at Haldeman Pool at Pomona-Pitzer. Sophomore Mary Hanna competes in the women’s 3×100-yard backstroke relay, with teammates junior Krislynn Cha and sophomore Rachel Miyoga. The three swimmers finished sixth collectively... 
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