Postnatal rehabilitation is a good idea
Editorial Cartoon by Jason D. Cox French Social Security has been generous enough to offer “perineal re-education” to post-natal patients. This physical therapy is meant to help strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor using two methods. One method involves exercises to regain and build muscle control of the... 
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Mardi Gras shows Louisiana spirit
Emilee Crumine, a psychology major, and Alex Hernandez, a communications major, enjoy Davenport’s version of Mardi Gras cuisine. CAB hosted this event in the dining hall Tuesday, where the first 60 commuters enjoyed a free meal. Davenport was decorated and the Mardi Gras inspired fare included gumbo, cornbread, bread... 
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Twins uphold family legacy
Alyssa and Stefanie Geiger, fraternal twins, sanitize test tubes for lab classes in the biology stockroom Wednesday. The Geiger sisters, both sophomore biology majors, are third-generation students at the University of La Verne. Their grandparents met while in college at La Verne and were engaged on the steps of Founders... 
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Leopards get the jump on competing schools
Sophomore Katie Yeager clears the 3.35 meter bar at the Pomona-Pitzer All-Comers track meet Saturday. Yeager’s leap took her to victory with a first place finish for women’s pole vault, beating five competing schools for the gold. / photo by Mitchell Aleman Danielle Navarro Staff Writer The Leopards arrived at... 
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Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer Manga artist Kayono discussed her influence and showed some pages for her series, “Shojo Girls Comics in Action.” On Feb. 15 at Pomona College, about 60 people went to learn more about manga, a Japanese genre of cartoons, comic books and animated films. “Manga is basically media... 
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Happenings

// Feb 24th, 2012
‘Mirror of the Soul’ The Harris Art Gallery presents “Mirror of the Soul,” an exhibition of 27 bronze sculptures by French sculptor Auguste Rodin. The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation lent the sculptures to the Univer­sity. The exhibit closes March 29. Admission is free. ‘Rinconada de Oro’ The Carlson... 
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Winter Formal Ticket Sales La Verne’s 2012 Winter Formal, with the theme “Young, Wild and Free,” will be held from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. March 2 at Seven Degrees in Laguna Beach. Tickets are on sale for $25 in the Office of Student Life. Tickets will be sold for $30 at the door on the night of the event. For more... 
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At The Buzzer Men’s Basketball, Feb. 21 La Verne- 65 Whittier- 68 Baseball, Feb. 19 La Verne- 2 Concordia (TX)- 8 Softball, Feb. 19 Game 1 La Verne- 5 Occidental- 1 Game 2 La Verne- 11 Occidental- 2 Schedule Friday Baseball @ Occidental, 2:30 p.m. Saturday Baseball vs. Occidental @ Azusa Pacific, 11 a.m. Softball... 
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New dorm promises comfort, style
Construction on the new residence center is nearly complete, on schedule for the Fall Semester 2012, as the plaster scratch coat is sprayed onto the walls. Three hundred seventy-eight additional students will be living on campus in the fall, adding to the bustling campus atmosphere. / photo by Mitchell Aleman Danielle... 
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Robert Penalber Staff Writer As students await the opening of the new residence hall next fall, many are wondering what major changes will be placed upon the housing application process. The goal of the new process is to provide convenience for students. Since most students are becoming technologically dependent, the... 
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