The following students have earned a grade point average of 3.85 or higher in the CAPA program during the semester indicated. Spring 2012 Michele Abasta Stephen Abel Yvonne Alcazar John Alderete Mario Alfaro Octavio Alvarez Justo Alvarez Jr. Candace Anderson Robert Anderson John Apiafi Oscar Arvizo Kehaulani Aspen Juan... 
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Photo Exhibit Photographs from “East Side Stories: Gang Life in East L.A.” and “Juvenile” by Joseph Rodriguez will be on display at the Carlson Gallery in Miller Hall. The exhibit runs from Aug. 27 to Oct. 12. Gallery hours are from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Admission is free. 909 Film Festival The 909 Film Festival... 
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The following students have earned a grade point average of 3.85 or higher in the College of Arts and Sciences during the spring 2012 semester. Katelyn Abadie Laura Acevedo Roger Adame Shaadee Ahmadnia Matar Al Buainain Faisal Alfaddaghi Tara Allis Abdullah Alneghimshee Turki Alqahtani Michael Anderson Sheila Andriani Alexandra... 
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Intramural Basketball Sign-up for the Intramural basketball games began on Sept. 4 and will go until Sept. 12. Join in the festivities and sign-up for a team in the Office of Student Life on the first floor of the Abraham Campus Center. Showbiz Quiz Join CAB for a comedy game show at 10 p.m. on Sept. 10 in the Abraham... 
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Robert Penalber Staff Writer Despite summer break approaching, students are already worried about the tuition increase scheduled for the 2012-2013 school year. Last November the Board of Trustees approved the 6.5 percent tuition increase, bringing the total undergraduate cost to $33,400. “It is traditional to see... 
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Jason D. Cox Senior Editor For more than 120 years, University of La Verne students have taken part in an inexplicable shared culture. It has always been here. It has evolved just as the people involved in it have, but until now, it had not been named. The “La Verne Experience,” such as it is now, is an initiative... 
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Daniel Hargis Staff Writer The Leopards beat the Concordia Tornadoes 8-5 Thursday to advance to the next round of the NCAA West Regional playoffs. The team suffered a loss a day prior to the win. La Verne lost to the Whitworth Pirates 5-0 Wednesday at Linfield College in Oregon. “They did the little things when asked... 
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Lauren Creiman Special to the Times An artfully crafted video portrays a 5-year-old boy learning of cruelty in another corner of the Earth for the first time. The boy’s name is Gavin Russell, and his doe eyes widen with sadness and confusion as he is told of the Lord’s Resistance Army in an interview-like conversation... 
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Sean Smith makes a quarter count
After bouncing around among several schools, it became apparent to 35-year-old Sean Smith that La Verne, with its small class sizes, was the place for him. Smith, who graduated in 1999 and got his MBA in 2001, returned this semester to compete in track and field. / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Christian Orozco Sports... 
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Performers sing the sound of spring
Conductor James Calhoun works through warm up exercises with the Chamber Singers and University Chorale before the start of the Spring Choral Concert in Morgan Auditorium May 11. The performance featured passionate renditions of songs by Mozart and Stevie Wonder, among others. / photo by Zachary Horton Mariela Patron Staff... 
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