Hillel Jewish club builds Sukkah for holiday
The Hillel Jewish culture club built and decorated a Sukkah in Sneaky Park on Wednesday. It commemorated the first day of Sukkot, a Jewish festival during which the Hebrew people were commanded to make a pilgrimage to the Temple in Jerusalem. The most sacred location is the Wailing Wall, a remaining portion of the... 
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Phi Sigs rock all night for a cure
Phi Sigma Sigma holds their annual Rock-A-Thon, where they raise money for the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation. The organization donates money to the U.S. Transplant Games, The Kidney Foundation, and scholarships for high achievement. The event includes 24 hours of rocking chairs, raffles, food, and pies. Jessica Gerard,... 
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Professor travels west to educate
Brian Clocksin is in his first year at the University of La Verne as chairman of the department of movement and sports science and associate professor of movement and sports science. Clocksin previously taught at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. / photo by Hunter Cole Alex Forbess Editorial Director Brian Clocksin... 
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Goetz shares Web analytics basics
Jozef Goetz, professor of computer science, presents his findings on “Web Analytics” Monday as part of the Faculty Lecture Series in the President’s Dining Room. Web analytics involves taking an enormous amount of data collected from website traffic and categorizing and making use of it. Goetz presented the same... 
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Robert Penalber News Editor The University of La Verne Pre-Law Society is using its resources to reach out to the community and hopes to mingle with students from the College of Law. Senior communications major Christian Leon and sophomore political science major Elizabeth Younger have teamed up to form the Pre-Law... 
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Christian Orozco Sports Editor If you took a drive down Union Pacific in East Los Angeles Saturday you might have heard the ruckus that was coming out of an ominous warehouse. That ruckus was F*** That Fest The weird and the creepy came out to support the underground music scene of garage rock, surf, blues, psychedelic,... 
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Men’s soccer shuts out Occidental
Freshman midfielder Michael Reed, assisted by junior midfielder David Gonzalez, battles Occidental’s defender Reid Sakamoto Saturday. The Leopards beat the Tigers, 1-0. / photo Kelley Maggiulli  Read More →
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Katie Madden Staff Writer The Green Day boys are at it again, and by “it” I mean releasing another disappointing record that confirms they just can’t make a truly exciting and unique album anymore. “¡Uno!,” the band’s ninth studio album, comes across as an attempt of a 40-something dad, desperate to appear... 
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Since the news of hazing at La Puente High School, old wounds have been reopened for locals in Southern California. Last week freshman members of the boy’s soccer team came forward and accused at least 10 of their older teammates of jumping them in the supply closet and beating them. At least one boy was sodomized. The... 
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<i>Commentary</i>: Democracy in the 21st century: What a joke
Alex Forbess, Editorial Director It was chaos; disgusting glorious chaos. That is pretty much what I can say about Wednesday’s general debate. Overall, I fooled myself. Despite all the negative, sometimes irrelevant, garbage that both parties have been throwing at each other, I believed that President Barack Obama... 
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