Veronica Rodriguez Staff Writer The Bunny Gunner Gallery opened it’s door this past Saturday for the new exhibit “Skylines” which contains oil paintings by the artist Joe Farkin and digital photographs by Crystal Yachin Lee. The clouds and rain didn’t stop people from going to the gallery to check out the exhibit.... 
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Leopards drop early lead to Afghans
La Verne senior forward Jonathon Bastos narrowly outreaches fellow Leopard guard Jeremy Lay and Afghanistan National Basketball player Mostafa Asefi for the rebound on Saturday in Frantz Athletic Court. The Afghani team narrowly defeated the Leopards 63-61 after trailing in the first half 35-24. The Afghanistan National... 
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Watching out for the birds
Professor Patricia Caldani’s biology class took a field trip to San Dimas Canyon Park to go bird watching on Monday. The trip was led by Professor of Biology Jeff Burkhart. Only one bird was seen during the trip because it was late in the day, but the class observed a tree frog, a scorpion and some poisonous plants... 
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<i> Commentary</i>: Book banning stains pages
Julian Burrell, Associate Editor The debate over book banning is a long-lasting one. The movement of overly concerned parents and other conservative-minded individuals has focused much of its efforts on ridding school libraries of a variety of works from classics like “Catcher in the Rye” and “The Adventures... 
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Dear Editor, I am so proud to be at a school that takes the time to recognize our veterans, without whom many of us would not be here. Thank you, thank you to CAB, ASULV, Barbara Mulligan, Paul Alvarez, Mike Nunez and all others who were a part of honoring our very worthy veterans. Janis Dietz Professor of Business... 
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Brenna von den Benken Arts Editor Music and craft demonstrations filled the grounds of the Padua Hills Theatre last Sunday. The Claremont Museum of Art recreated the Padua Hills Art Fiesta for the first time in 52 years. The fiesta was an annual event produced by the Claremont artists from 1953 to 1959. This year,... 
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Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society held its annual induction on Wednesday in La Fetra Auditorium. The following inductees earned at least a 3.5 grade point average during their freshman year. Umair Amjad Jasmin Avelar Bradley Blackshire Evelyn Bobbitt Pablo Cabrera Christine Camacho Katherine Careaga Andrea... 
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Happenings

// Nov 18th, 2011
Yoko Ono Exhibit Yoko Ono and John Lennon’s “Year of Peace” exhibition will continue through Dec. 15 in the Harris Art Gallery. The exhibit focuses on the ideals of peace and love, and follows the work of Ono and Lennon as solo artists and as a couple. It also includes a selection of Ono’s recent avant-garde... 
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News Briefs

// Nov 18th, 2011
Decision Lecture Constance Rossum will hold a lecture on the paired-values approach to decision-making from noon to 1 p.m. Nov. 21 in the President’s Dining Room. EDC Lecture From noon to 1 p.m. on Nov 28, Christine Broussard will hold a faculty lecture on the nongeonomic effects of selected endocrine-disrupting... 
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Yoko Ono advocates peace through art in Harris exhibit
Professor of Art Keith Lord and sophomore Rosana Chavez stamp “Imagine Peace” on large maps in the Harris Gallery on Monday. Yoko Ono’s Imagine Peace gallery invites the visitor to contribute to the installation by participating in a giant chess game, or by adding a stamped phrase to the maps, evoking a personal... 
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