The fight to ban the modern display of the Confederate battle emblem continues to grow, and the University of Mississippi, also known as Ole Miss, joined the initiative Monday after Interim Chancellor Morris H. Stocks approved the lowering and furling of the state flag at its Oxford campus. Student senators voted 33-15... 
Residents turn trash into treasure
Volunteers from Diamond Bar High School – Joshua Pei, Kevin Tso, and Allan Peh – sort through donations along with Eduardo Garcia after the Community Yard Sale at Bonita High School Saturday. After the sale ended the volunteers asked vendors for donations to go to the Pomona Valley chapter of Habitat For Humanity... 
Hayley Hulin LV Life Editor “How long could I last in a zombie apocalypse” is something I ask myself on a daily basis. Not really, but during this spooky season I start to wonder. To test my skills, I participated in Phi Delta Theta fraternity’s Zombie Apocalypse Wednesday night on campus. My sister, sophomore... 
Hayes recognizes Latino educators
Associate Professor of Education Cleveland Hayes presents his research on the tacit segregation of minorities at schools during his faculty lecture Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room. Hayes’ research has found that segregation is more evident now than it was in the 1950s, mainly because of the negative way... 
Claremont ventures out for Halloween event
Rayma Brancati, a veteran face painter and hair stylist, carefully decorates Lestat Saenz’s face at the Claremont Village Venture Arts and Crafts Faire Saturday. The fair aimed to showcase the community’s Halloween spirit and give Village business owners an opportunity to promote themselves. They also gave out... 
Halloween is a day many people look forward to every year – from picking the perfect pumpkin to carve, to going to haunted houses, to dressing up in costumes and trick-or-treating. It’s all fun and games until costumes become displays of mockery and oppression against people’s gender identities or cultures. A... 
Gabriella Chikhani Staff Writer Amp Radio filled the Hollywood Bowl with 18,000 people for its third annual We Can Survive concert Saturday. However, the focus of the night was not on raising funds to cure breast cancer, but on who the special guest performer would be. The show donated $2 from each ticket to Living... 
Student course evaluations hold too much power
editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff After years of tests and grades, students are accustomed to professors evaluating their skills, but not the other way around. At the University of La Verne, students are expected to complete course evaluations, and in many cases, are forced to fill them out. Unfortunately, in order... 
Strautmanis shares success ideas
Michael Strautmanis, vice president of strategic programs for corporate citizenship at the Walt Disney Co., speaks Monday in La Fetra Lecture Hall as the keynote speaker for this year’s Career Week, sponsored by career services. Strautmanis shared various ideas he attributes to his success, one of which was to strive... 
Leopards swept by Pomona-Pitzer
With La Verne and Pomona-Pitzer tied at 17 in the first set, Leopards’ senior outside hitter Ashlyn Cross makes the second of back-to-back kills past Sagehens junior outside hitter Stephanie Sun, senior middle hitter Emma Burdekin and sophomore setter Jessica Finn, to give La Verne a 19-17 lead. Both teams went back-and-forth... 
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