Sharon Davis reveals goals of delinquents
Sharon Davis spoke on the topic “Get A Job: The Aspirational Dreams and Realities of Incarcerated Delinquent Males.” The Monday lecture, part of the Faculty Lecture Series, focussd on the achievable and unrealistic career goals of juvenile delinquents in the “GenMe “ generation, which includes people born... 
Idaho uses power play to rout Reign
At 6 feet 3 inches tall, forward Michael Pelech of the Ontario Reign is an imposing competitor and not afraid of battling for the puck down low as he faces Steelheads’ defensemen Dustin Friesen and a stickless John Kearns in their attempt to clear the puck from the offensive zone. A native of Toronto, Pelech is willing... 
Jennahway Huerta Staff Writer Last week, students and staff gathered in the Campus Center to attend a workshop titled, “Sanitize Your Facebook.” Facebook has become the new playground of the 21st century, and with this comes the need to moderate how people play. The popular social network is a place where people... 
Brenna von den Benken Staff Writer “Worker” is a performance-based presentation that includes emerging artists James Gilbert and Jennifer Vanderpool’s sculptural elements, video and audio, creating an effective visual and aural experience throughout Jan. 27 until March 25 at the Lenzner Family Art Gallery at... 
Dear Editor, Several of our students, including Melly Ramirez, helped some elderly people at the Michael Ryan concert on March 5. They did this without being asked and without knowing that one of the people in the group is Michael Ryan’s brother. They did not get the names of other students who helped them, but... 
<i>Restaurant Review</i>: Lucky Elephant offers tasty Thai food
Contractors Steve Pierce and Misty Henry caught an early dinner at Lucky Elephant Thai Restaurant on West Arrow Highway in San Dimas. The pair ordered Tom Yum Gai a hot and sour soup with chicken and Panang, a coconut curry, on Pad Thai. Henry had visited Lucky Elephant once before and enjoyed it so much she invited... 
Christina Collins Burton Arts Editor With the help of bolts, screws, felt and a regular drinking glass, the “East Meets West” performance at the Little Bridges Hall in Claremont entertained with traditional Chinese music and a twist of historical poetry. The performance was two parts, the first was a performance... 
Alexandria Orozco Staff Writer Many people struggle to understand the true meaning of accepting the differences of ethnic backgrounds, and how others might perceive situations in contrast to their own situation. These issues opened up discussion at the multicultural club event, “Walking in Others’ Shoes,” on... 
Students discover unity in diversity
During what looked like a game of “Red Light, Green Light,” Daniel Loera, director of multicultural affairs, directed students Ramon Montoya, Firas Arodaki, Veronica Covarrubias, Kenan Chaballout and Brooke Hanson in an activity in the University Mall on Wednesday. They were asked to take steps forward or backward... 
Sara Montgomery Staff Writer Yachts are essential to any lavish lifestyle. On Friday March 4, more than 300 students from the University of La Verne got a taste of the luxurious life by attending “An Evening Adrift,” this year’s winter formal. The 2,000-square-foot yacht dubbed the Entertainer, was decorated... 
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