School spirit celebrated in student’s artwork
Senior finance major Alfredo Rivas came to support his friend, accounting major and CAPA student Dania Sayvongsa. “Yellow Brick Road” is one of more than 10 paintings in the exhibit, titled “La Verne Inspired.” It will run through May 11 on the second floor of Miller Hall. / photo by Candice Salazar Veronica... 
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Seniors' art culiminates in exhibit
Inspired by the work of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, Kayla Gex created three miniature rooms, each with its own theme, like the Guatemala Room, for her senior art show in the Harris Gallery. The Senior Art Exhibition featured the work of seven senior artists, who utilized a variety of media, including film, photography... 
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Karo Chakhlasyan Staff Writer The rhythm of DJ beats and poets’ words heard at the Campus Activities Board’s rave provided Leopards and poets from 40 different colleges a place to cut loose Wednesday night in the Campus Center Ballroom. The Campus Center and CAB came together to create the rave, after associate... 
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Leopards look to score with Love
Antoinette Love has been hired as the fifth head coach of the women’s soccer team in the 25 years since its inception. / photo by Warren Bessant Amanda Nieto Arts Editor With Matt Rogers’ nameplate still hanging on the door and an office that is relatively plain, Antoinette Love continues to settle in to her new... 
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Annunciata Williams Staff Writer Phi Sigma Sigma hosted its seventh annual Rock-n-Jock basketball philanthropy tournament Wednesday in the Athletics Pavillion. “I just came out to cheer on everybody,” Lisa Tundis, resident director of the Oaks, said. “I just love the Greek community.” Participants in the... 
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We are on the driver’s side
Editorial cartoon by Jason D. Cox Parking around campus is an all too familiar gripe among University of La Verne students and staff members, but another thing that drivers have to endure is the fact that students, and other pedestrians, do not know how to use a crosswalk. Granted, the law says pedestrians have the... 
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CAB giveaway goes swimmingly
Anthony Juarez, a sophomore communications major and member of the Campus Activities Board, collects fish from Nicole Rodriguez, freshman art major, and Estrellita Guzman, freshman biology major, at CAB’s Adopt-A-Fish event on Tuesday in front of Barbara’s Place. Students were allowed to choose a bowl, catch a... 
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One More Move Bike Rodeo Children are encouraged to come out to the One More Move Bike Rodeo to get lessons in bicylce safety on city streets. Volunteers will be repairing bicycles to be donated at the event. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Incycle in San Dimas, located at 561 W. Arrow... 
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Happenings

// Apr 20th, 2012
‘The Agony of Colin Powell’ The last performance of Ralph Saldana’s senior directing thesis, “The Agony of Colin Powell,” starts at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Dailey Theatre. Written by Professor of English William Cook and starring Lavelle Wilson, the play is a dramatic monologue in one act portraying the spiritual... 
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Jason D. Cox Senior Editor While a student at La Verne, student employment coordinator Robbyn Gibson received a Cal Grant for two years. Since then she has taken several opportunities to express her opposition to the Governor’s proposed cuts to Cal Grants, by attending the Association of Indepen­dent California... 
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