On the ballot for next week’s election is Proposition 34, to repeal the death penalty. Perspectives both for and against the death penalty are controversial and can’t help but involve people’s personal moral and religious views. Though one of the best arguments for repealing the death penalty in California... 
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Communications Day hosts prospective students
Juniors Ashli Cruthers and Jenna Schiebe from Heritage High School in Romoland participate in a photography workshop during Communi­ca­­tions Day last Friday. The annual event gives hundreds of high school students a taste of the communications department and college life. / photo by Zachary Horton  Read More →
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Sarah Veissalov Staff Writer The men’s soccer team faced another tough loss at Pomona-Pitzer on Saturday morning, getting shut out, 4-0. The game ended with disappointed faces from the Leopards, but they stayed positive because this was the last game of the season for the seniors. “We looked it as one last game... 
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Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer When you have to go, you have to go, especially in a place called Urinetown. “Urinetown: The Musical,” was written by Greg Kotis with music by Mark Hollmann. More than 40 students from the University of La Verne’s theater and music departments will be performing beginning Nov. 8. The... 
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Alex Forbess Editorial Director Despite being surrounded mainstream franchises at its location on Foothill Boulevard in La Verne, Steve Kim manages to not only have his independent restaurant survive but also fulfill its purpose: make sure customers remain healthy. Kim opened Nikuni Japanese Grill in 2008. After being... 
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Veronica Orozco News Editor Food truck mania hit Roynon Elementary School Saturday afternoon in an event dubbed Food Trucks for Tech Bucks. Thirteen different food trucks and 50 different vendors filled the school’s playground in hopes of raising money to update the school’s technology. “We got the idea from... 
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Dear Editor, I realize that the last thing people want to hear any more about is the parking situation. I do not have an answer to the problem, but I have some minor suggestions that might make things a little easier. As a former student, current employee and local resident, I offer a unique point of view. I absolutely... 
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Taylor Perez-Graham Staff Writer The men’s water polo team saw its winning streak come to a halt Wednesday afternoon after suffering a 12-8 loss to Cal Lutheran in the final home game of the season at Las Flores Park. The Leopards’ season is coming to a close and the squad is now 4-21 overall and 2-5 in the Southern... 
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At the Buzzer Football, Oct. 27 La Verne – 12 Chapman – 38 Men’s Soccer, Oct. 27 La Verne – 0 Pomona-Pitzer – 4 Volleyball, Oct. 27 La Verne – 3 Whittier – 0 Schedule Saturday Football @ Cal Lutheran, 7 p.m. Sunday Volleyball @ SCIAC Tournament, TBA Men’s water polo @ Redlands, 11 a.m. Women’s basketball... 
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Happenings

// Nov 2nd, 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... 
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