Happenings

// Oct 22nd, 2010
Azure Ray Azure Ray will perform songs from their new album, “Drawing Down the Moon,” at 7 p.m. Saturday. Tom Fite and Whisper­town will open the show. Tickets are $13 in advance and $15 at the door. For more information, visit theglasshouse.us. Boston Court The Fall Music Series at the Boston Court Per­forming... 
Steve Lopez speaks on ‘The Soloist’
Steve Lopez, Los Angeles Times columnist and author of the “The Soloist,” spoke to a packed audience in the Ludwick Conference Center on Oct. 7. Students and faculty from across campus came to hear Lopez speak about his experiences in journalism and particularly about his friend Nathaniel Ayers. “The Soloist”... 
Jason D. Cox Staff Writer What once appeared as inexplicable phenomena – such as how snowflakes are formed or why stars form certain patterns in the sky – will be explained through math and physics now that the University of La Verne has been awarded a $250,000 grant to fund a Complex Dynamical Systems Laboratory. “Any... 
Bullying has become an epidemic in the United States. Recently this has come to the forefront of the media with the large number of suicides in the past few weeks. All of those who took their lives were homosexual youths. Bullying in itself is already a problem but when a homophobic sentiment is added it only makes... 
Students drum to African beat
Steve Biondo, far left, leads his students, Brooke Ball, Paola Portillo, Christine Serrano, Christian Robles and Zac Florez through a West African drumming lesson. The unique sounds and rhythms can be heard outside of the Hanawalt House during the week as the new drumming class meets every Wednesday. Biondo teaches... 
Leopards shut out Mariners, 4-0
Molly Zolman, who plays as a forward and a midfielder, scores the third goal in the first half of La Verne’s crushing 4-0 victory over Marymount. Zolman, a business administration major, has one of the highest goal averages on the team with an average of one goal for every two attempts this season. This gives the... 
Law professor McMurtry-Chubb speaks on race issues
Professor Teri McMurtry-Chubb is no stranger to issues of racial inequalities. She has lectured nationally on topics such as structural workplace discrimination and disproportionate sentencing for African Americans. She is the first African American woman to work as a law clerk for the 5th Judicial District of... 
The streak continues at 15 games
La Verne sophomore safety Donald Mull leaps up and blocks a pass away from Occidental’s Nate Sullivan on Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium. The Leopards went on to drop their fourth game of the season, 30-0. The Leopards will visit Cal Lutheran on Saturday. / photo by Garrett Gutierrez Justin Davis-Battle Staff Writer No... 
Students give hope to sick children
Freshman business administration major Christopher Pulu volunteered to make bracelets on Monday for CAB’s “Bracelet Making for Children with Down Syndrome.” Each bracelet was made with letter beads, creating encouraging words, such as laugh, life and faith. CAB invited volunteers to the philanthropic event outside... 
<i>Commentary</i>: Journalism is still alive
Carly Hill, Arts Editor People tell me all the time that journalism is dead. That there is no possible way to make it in a digital world with a print background. And you know what I have to say to that? Well, most of the time it involves a lot of yelling, perhaps some crying and a few curse words strung in for added... 
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