Hal Hargrave Staff Writer “Luck of the Leos,” a celebration of Irish culture hosted by the Campus Activities Board, drew nearly 150 students to check out live entertainment and dancing Wednesday at Sneaky Park. “St. Patrick’s Day to me is another day that we can experience other cultures here in America with... 
'Universe' honors women artists
Artist Rosa Elena Osicka discusses her work with Karen Feuer-Schwager, another artist featured in the 11th annual Women International Exhibit at the Latino Art Museum in Pomona March 14. Osicka’s piece, “My Own Universe – Autumn,” is a collage made of embroidery, lace, other fabrics and oil paints. The collage... 
Theresa Vasquez, a Los Angeles resident, braces herself for the color dust filled cannons aimed at the crowd during the Graffiti Party. This is her first time attending the Graffiti Run at the Fairplex, having been invited by a friend. The Graffiti Run: The Colorful 5K organization offers its events to people of all... 
Brooke Grasso Staff Writer Fitness apps are giving smart phone users motivation at their finger tips. Users now have access to personal trainers, doctors and a calorie counter all in one convenient place, reinforcing that smart phones are far more than communication tools. The following apps are free, allowing anyone... 
The month of March is Women’s History Month — however many people would not know that due to the lack of exposure and acknowledgement of it throughout the country. We cannot stress this enough: gender inequality is still a problem — not only in the United States, but throughout the world. Women today have to... 
A suicide prevention interface tool will soon be appearing on your Facebook newsfeed, and many are wondering how effective this new feature will be at recognizing and potentially stopping a suicide attempt. Facebook announced Feb. 25 that it would be implementing a process that would allow users to directly report... 
Jolene Nacapuy Sports Editor Samantha Farless, senior public relations major, is riding on her way to make a change with her senior project, by pushing for the University to include designated bicycle lanes in the campus master plan. “I’d help in the process of trying to make sure things are safer for students,”... 
Celene Vargas Staff Writer The Weekend Wildflower Walks at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden takes guests through its garden to experience the beauty of California native wild plants and learn more about their historic uses. Dawn Thielo, a volunteer for 30 years, led a tour group of about 20 guests on March 22.... 
Tufts serves Leos third straight loss
La Verne freshman Janae Chinn returns a serve in a doubles match against Tufts University March 19 at the Claremont Club. Chinn and teammate junior Andrea Madrigal were one point from tying midway through the match, but were unable to win as Tufts pulled ahead for a final score, 8-5. / photo by Daniel Torres Chris... 
Michaela Bulkley Staff Writer The La Verne Law Review held a symposium to educate law students and the community about the impact of the drought, the legislation that has happened because of it, water allocation and water endowments March 20 at the College of Law. “Everyone knows we are having a problem with the... 
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