Happenings

// Nov 16th, 2012
‘Dissent’ The Carlson Gallery presents a collaborative project between photography and writing. Students from Sean Bernard’s Writing 307 class will write an accompaniment to photographs by 22 alumni of the photography department. The exhibit will run through to Dec. 7. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday... 
Katie Madden Staff Writer Several multicultural and religious clubs on campus assembled to host an event for the Islamic holiday Eid-al-Adha. Clubs, students and members of the community gathered to celebrate and learn with games, movies, activities and information booths at Sneaky Park on Wednesday. Eid-al-Adha is... 
Brian Velez LV Life Editor Students sometimes need a little help coping. But with the University of La Verne’s enrollment glut, the counseling center is among the over-worked and underfunded, programs – with potentially serious consequences. In previous semesters a student could call or walk in to make an appointment... 
Professor is dedicated to service
Marco Ramirez, adjunct professor of public management, who after serving in the Marine reserves and Los Angeles police department graduated through the CAPA program in 2008. He teaches Public Administration and Urban Environments: Living in a Global Society at La Verne. He is currently working on his dissertation... 
Alumni return to display photos
The Carlson Gallery hosts a well-attended reception for the photographers and writers in the most recent exhibition, “Dissent,” on Nov. 2. Gallery guests included Isela Peña-Rager and Raffi Zinzalian, two of the alumni photographers whose work was being shown. Alpha Chi co-sponsored the reception with the photography... 
Food service workers, unite
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff Some Bon Appétit employees have complained that they feel pressured to work before and after clocking in. It is illegal and unethical to make an employee work for free. If claims made by Bon Appétit employees are true and they wish to organize a vote to form a union, then we support... 
Women's basketball sets expectations high
Head coach Matt Rogers preps his team for last week’s game against Cal State Fullerton. The Leopards fell to the Titans, 91-51. The first home game of the season is Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m. against the Whitman Missionaries. The Leopards finished last season with a 6-8 record in the Southern California Intercollegiate... 
Contreras reaches out to students
Following a post-doctoral assignment at the University of Arizona, Heidy Contreras has come to the University of La Verne as a new assistant professor of biology. Over the summer, Contreras was awarded an American Physiological Society Research Recognition Award from the Compar­ative and Evolutionary Physiology section... 
Brazilian rhythms carry flirtatious beat
Singer Patty Ascher sang to a South American tune this week in the Morgan Auditorium, showing not only her vocal talent, but her dancing ability as well. Her record was recorded in her native Brazil, she travels the world displaying a delightful tribute to Jazz and Samba music from her €Deu Jazz no Samba album. /... 
Professor of History Kenneth Marcus, a musician and author of two books, speaks at the faculty lecture series in the President’s Dining Room Monday about his documentary on current historical pageants in the United States. Marcus’ lecture included the discussion of the historical Ramona Pageant, a story modeled... 
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