Music flows through Bridges Hall
Musicians Gary Bovyer on clarinet, Genevieve Feiwen Lee on piano and Gwendolyn Lytle, soprano, perform in the concert, “Notes on Water,” for a small audience in the Mabel Shaw Bridges Hall of Music in Claremont, Saturday. The repertoire included Franz Schubert’s Die Hirt auf dem Felsen, D965 and Louis Spohr’s... 
Poets write a bad ending for Leopards with no-hitter
Leopards head coach Scott Winterburn and senior Bryce Roenicke watch as Whittier pitcher Ryan Schwenn throws a no-hitter against La Verne on Friday, 4-0. However, the Leopards swept Saturday’s doubleheader by the scores of 4-3 and 8-4. The Leopards improved their Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference... 
Poets explore realms of humor, love
Shannon Garcia, a senior sociology and speech communications major, recites a poem about gender issues and marriage during the Open Mic event hosted by the Black Student Union and the Poetry Club on March 29 in the Jane Dibbell Carbaret. Garcia, a member of the Poetry Club, performed two slam poems. Other student poets... 
Gracefully becoming aware of MSA
Ashley Sourapas, a senior communications major, welcomed Windy Petrick and daughters, Malayna and Hallie Mee Petrick, to a Saving Grace fundraising event on March 30 at Chase’s Wine Bar and Beer in Downtown La Verne. Saving Grace raises money to spread awareness of and give support to those who are affected by multiple... 
Paloma lectures on Spanish-Jewish experience
Vanessa Paloma, an internationally known performer, scholar and lecturer, spoke Thursday in the Campus Center about Sephardic Jewish music and culture during the “Golden Age,” an era that witnessed the expulsion of Jews from Spain. The Sephardic Jewish culture emerges from Spanish, Portuguese, North African and... 
As the Miss Universe Canada competition is narrowed to the top 65 candidates, the contest officials have focused their attention to one of the finalists, because she was once a he. Jenna Talackova is a male to female transgender who has been living as a recognized woman since her gender reassignment surgery in 2008,... 
Cindy Vallejo Staff Writer Four finalists performed for Mu Phi Epsilon’s second annual La Verne Idol with Aleah Stephens taking the title. Stephens, Ashley Broussard, Juana Munoz and Melissa Molinaro were the finalists who amazed the audience Tuesday night in Morgan Auditorium. Stephens was awarded a $100 gift card,... 
More faculty debates, please
Editorial Cartoon by Jason D. Cox There is nothing students love more than peeling back the layers of a professor and finding out that he or she is more than a talking head at the front of a classroom. Sometimes this happens by discovering what secret hobbies a teacher is involved in or the special talents a teacher... 
Annunciata Williams Staff Writer About a dozen students and staff members gathered Tuesday evening in Davenport Dining Hall to participate in a model Passover seder commemorating the holiday which begins Friday night and marks the Jewish exodus from Egypt. The La Verne event was organized by Zandra Wagoner, university... 
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... 
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