‘Corrie’ presents a voice for peace
Samara Frame portrays title character Rachel Corrie on Saturday in Morgan Auditorium. The play is based on the journals and emails of Corrie during her membership in the International Soli­dar­ity Movement, a group dedicated to the support of the Palestinian cause through nonviolent protests. The play has been pulled... 
Melodies travel the world in hours
Concertmaster Ivan Shulman conducts the Los Angeles Doctor’s Symphony Orchestra in front of a large group of residents Sunday at The Meeting House, Hillcrest Retirement Home in La Verne. The Cultural Arts Society of La Verne sponsored the performance. / photo by Zachary Horton Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer The Los... 
Bernard shares his twist on a famous fairy tale
Associate Professor of Writing Sean Bernard read his short story “Woodland” during the Faculty Lecture Series Monday. The story is a modern day spin of the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale, “Hansel and Gretel.” / photo by Christian Uriarte Danielle Navarro Staff Writer Associate Professor of Writing Sean Bernard... 
La Verne gets another SCIAC win
First baseman Michael Stewart receives the pick off throw from pitcher Kevin Knight trying to get the Caltech runner, Albie Lavin, out at first base. Lavin returned safely, but the Leopards chased away the Beavers in eight innings, winning 12-2 at Claremont. / photo by Zachary Horton Daniel Hargis Staff Writer Sophomore... 
Set the scene: you are sitting at your computer, browsing the Los Angeles Times website and soaking in the various articles when suddenly a box appears asking if you want to have an online membership. Damn, that’s right you hit the allotted limit of articles for that month, which now means you either pay the subscription... 
Village Inn keeps it in the family
Ramona Shuemate, who goes by “Ramona From Pomona,” serves up plates of eggs, hash browns and sausage. Ramona has worked at Roberta’s Village Inn on D Street for more than 15 years. Francisco Ramirez, who worked at the restaurant as a cook for more than 12 years, bought the café in 2010. Roberta’s is popular... 
Hygiene for veterans
Sophomore Shelby Griffin helps make up hygiene supply bags at the Campus Center on Monday. Hygiene supplies were made available for volunteers to assemble packages for homeless veterans. During the next two weeks, the sisters of Iota Delta will deliver packages to a veteran’s hospital in Los Angeles. / photo by Candice... 
Faculty share books and research
Professor of English Kenneth Scambray speaks about a chapter that he wrote called “Creative Responses to the Italian Immigrant Experience in California: Baldassare Forestiere’s Underground Gardens and Simon Rodia’s Watts Towers” in the book “Italian Folk: Vernacular Culture in Italian-American Lives.” Scambray’s... 
Students lend hearts to Honduras
John Leggett and Fabian Barreto are planning a trip to Honduras with Hearts for Honduras. To make this happen, they are hosting a booth and seeking donations in the Campus Center. Leggett, the president of Phi Delta Theta, hopes to travel with Barreto this May to build housing for homeless families, and to immerse... 
Track and field races to the finish
Freshman Garrett Lee runs the 110-meter hurdles Saturday at the Pomona-Pitzer Track and Field Invitational. Lee’s time was 17.16, placing him 26th in that event. The Leopards gave an impressive performance, in both the men’s and women’s events, at the non-scoring meet. The Leopards will now prepare for the SCIAC... 
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