Multicultural munching
Cal Poly Pomona junior civil engineering major Hector Cardenas and Crystal Hermosillo, junior liberal studies major at La Verne, talk with Rosa Lilia Gradilla, the intercultural program coordinator, about the Multicultural Club diversity retreat. Gradilla hosted the welcome back barbecue held by the Multicultural and... 
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Michael Saakyan Staff Writer Complaining about the service at a restaurant has become a lot more convenient since Yelp made its debut in 2004. Customers not only ask to see a manager when they find the service at a restaurant deplorable, they go online and unleash their anger out through Yelp. Founders Jeremy Stoppel­man... 
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Des Delgadillo Staff Writer As California increases its waste diversion quota, La Verne’s business and residential community are emphasizing recycling. Passed in 2012, Assembly Bill 341 called for California to raise its waste diversion rate to 75 percent by the year 2020, a 25 percent increase from the past state... 
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Karla Rendon Assistant Editor Fans of Arctic Monkeys are in for a surprise as their highly anticipated fifth album, “AM,” steers away from the quirky indie beat sound that skyrocketed the band as one of the post-punk revival heavyweights. Shifting towards a more serious record, the band has matured with their sound... 
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Happenings

Karla Rendon // Sep 13th, 2013
‘Divinity Degenerate’ The Tall Wall Space is presenting Mark Dean Veca’s installation project, “Divinity Degenerate,” through May 30. The reception for the exhibit will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 24 in the Arts and Communica­tions Buil­ding. Admission is free. Film Festival The Cultural Arts Society... 
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At the Buzzer Women’s Soccer, Sept. 11 Hope International — 0 La Verne — 1 Women’s Volleyball, Game 1, Sept. 7 UT Dallas — 3 La Verne — 2 Women’s Volleyball, Game 2, Sept. 7 Puget Sound — 3 La Verne — 1 Schedule Friday Women’s volleyball vs. Whittier, 11 a.m. Women’s volleyball vs. Clarkson, 7... 
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Alejandra Aguilar Staff Writer Despite a reported increase in homicide rates in Pomona, La Verne, Claremont and Montclair continue to be some of the safest cities to live in. Since 2010, the city of La Verne has reported no homicides along with the city of Claremont. Montclair has reported two homicides since 2010,... 
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University community looks ahead for an ‘incandescent moment’
Professor of Movement and Sports Science Paul Alvarez speaks of his “Incandescent Moments.” One of Alvarez’s moments occurred when he traveled to Russia as part of the medical staff for Team USA at the World University Games in Kazan and was recognized as a representative for the United States of America. Alvarez... 
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King's dream remembered
Aug. 28 marked the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, D.C., in which Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech. Members of the La Verne community observed the anniversary by creating signs addressing various issues they felt were important and holding their own march around... 
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Pehanich kicks off new soccer era
New womens’ soccer coach Lauryn Pehanich has played soccer for 25 years. As a seasoned coach of 10 years she loves how each game is unique and always different from the last. / photo by Sarah Golden Julian Mininsohn Sports Editor It is a hot summer day in Ortmayer Stadium. Coach Lauryn Pehanich is enthusiastically... 
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