Men’s basketball drops another to Sagehens
During the second half of Saturday’s game, senior point guard John Leggett tries to claw the ball away from Sagehen guard R.J. Maki. The Leopards had a 61-57 lead in the second half until the Sagehens caught fire and hit 17 shots in a row. The final score ended up with the Sagehens winning over the Leopards, 74-63.... 
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Hotness a factor in faculty ratings
Associate Professor of Marketing Jeanny Liu answers questions following her lecture on “Student Perception of Professors’ ‘Hotness’ to Expertise, Motivations, Learning Outcomes, and Course Satisfactions“ on Monday in the President’s Dining Room. / photo by Katherine Careaga Robert Penalber Staff Writer The... 
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Good-natured teasing and ribbing is expected between sports teams as they compete, but when racism is used to attack or belittle an opponent it is socially and morally unacceptable. During a basketball game on Feb. 3, a rivalry between Pittsburgh’s Brentwood High School and Monessen High School reached a new level... 
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Aligning energies with qi gong
Julia Wheeler, director of development, leads qi gong, a form of Chinese meditation based on the alignment of spiritual energies, at 5 p.m. every Tuesday in Sneaky Park. Wheeler said loosens the muscles and helps improve overall wellness. / photo by Warren Bessant  Read More →
<i>Commentary</i>: PETA slaughters cause with antics
Allison Lavelle, LV Life Editor All publicity is not good publicity, especially when it comes to PETA’s tendency to create it by staging ridiculous stunts. PETA is an organization that stands up for animals’ rights and claims to have their best interests at heart, but the organization’s over-the-top actions tend... 
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News Briefs

// Feb 17th, 2012
Winter Formal The Campus Activities Board is hosting its annual winter formal March 2 with a “Young Wild and Free” theme. The event will be held at Seven Degrees in Laguna Beach, and doors open at 8 p.m. Limited transportation to the venue will be available on a first come basis at $5 per ticket. Tickets to the... 
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// Feb 17th, 2012
‘Three Penny Opera’ The theater department’s performance of “Three Penny Opera” continues with shows at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and a matinee show at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Dailey Theatre. Tickets cost $10 for general admission, $8 for seniors, faculty and staff and $5 for all students. For reservations call 909-593-3511,... 
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BSU’s Soul Food Luncheon From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday in Campus Center Ballroom A, the BSU will host a lunch catered by some of the best soul food restaurants in Los Angeles. The lunch will also have entertainment. For more information email The Food Network From 5 p.m. to 6:30... 
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On Thursday the University of La Verne College of Law received good news regarding its prolonged struggle to achieve American Bar Association accreditation. The ABA Accreditation Committee sent written notification that it is recommending provisional accreditation while the school works to put itself within ABA standards. After... 
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'Three Penny Opera' sings for the money
In the Dailey Theatre production of “Three Penny Opera," Mack the Knife, seated (Alvaro Renteria), and his gang (Cody Goss, Cole Wagner and Jake Tittl) try to set up the perfect wedding reception for Mack’s bride, Polly (Sierra Taylor). “Three Penny Opera” runs Feb. 10, 11, 16, 17 and 18 at 7:30 p.m.,... 
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