Colorful culture attracts students
Andrea Sotosainz, senior anthropology and Spanish major, and Aksheta Verma, sophomore athletic training major, design henna tattoos at the Holi Festival of Color event on March 29 in Sneaky Park. The festival was planned by the Indian Culture Association and CAB to raise awareness of Indian culture and celebrate... 
Art Collective has fun at the Fun Show
Jeremy Kaufman sings at the Fun Show on March 30 in the Arts and Communications Building, hosted by the ULV Art Collective. Bassist See Saw from the band Sugar Solstice, who played earlier in the night, accompanied Kaufman on the tambourine. The Fun Show showcased a variety of music, art and poetry. / photo by Cassandra... 
<i>Commentary</i>: Angels gamble on an uncertain future
Allison Lavelle, LV Life Editor Albert Pujols will play his first regular season game as a member of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim tonight and fans have been eagerly anticipating this moment since his signing in December. Adorned with the No. 5 jersey and singing his praises, it seems as if the pro-Pujols movement... 
Valerie Dominguez Staff Writer The women’s water polo team continued its season with another loss against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in Wednesday’s game at Las Flores Park. CMS beat La Verne 8-3, dropping the Leopards to an overall record of 7-16, as well as extending their Southern Cali­fornia Intercollegiate Athletic... 
Softball splits series with Whittier
During La Verne’s first game of a doubleheader against Whittier Monday at Wheeler Park, junior Amanda Hastings beats the throw to first base. The first base umpire called her out and although the other umpires discussed the call, the ruling stood. The Leopards held off the Poets in a 2-1 victory in the first game.... 
Kahan shares Shakespeare's occult
Jeffery Kahan, professor of English, discussed “Shake­speare and the Occult” in the President's Dining Room on Monday. Kahan read from “Hamlet” and talked about Shakespeare’s far-reaching influence in our cultural lives. / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer Professor of English... 
Putting the pieces together
Senior Angela Rios places a signed puzzle piece on one of the oak trees outside the Campus Center on Monday as part of the “Light it Up Blue” event. The event was sponsored by the College Panhellenic Association to raise awareness about autism. / photo by Debora Escobar  Read More →
Cindy Vallejo Staff Writer The East Coast is not the only place where tiny black and white tiger mosquitoes are emerging. Invasive tiger mosquitoes have been spotted in the cities of El Monte, South Monte and unincorporated areas in Los Angeles County south of Duarte. Tiger mosquitoes, native to Southeast Asia, are... 
Following the little white rabbit
Braelyn, a 2-year-old resident of San Dimas whose parents would not give her last name, participated in the Toddler Section of the Spring Egg Hunt at the annual San Dimas Family Festival on March 31 at San Dimas Civic Center Park. Along with the egg hunt, participants visited Critter Corner and vendor booths as well... 
Cross-cultural music honors past
Vanessa Paloma performs a collection of Spanish-Jewish music March 29 in Morgan Auditorium that commemorated the exile of Jews from Spain in 1492. Paloma received a terminal degree for a master of music at Indiana University’s School of Music. / photo by Warren Bessant Karo Chakhlasyan Staff Writer Tales of perseverance... 
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