Julian Burrell Associate Editor Anthony Juarez Staff Writer The University of La Verne’s LVTV-3 Community Television public access station was recognized for its work with two first place awards and five finalists recognized at this year’s Western Area Video Excellence Awards earlier this month in San Jose. The... 
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The University of California freshman admissions requirements are finally taking baby steps in the right direction by not requiring the SAT subject tests as necessary for admission by many UCs. It is great that the UCs are beginning to recognize that it is not necessary for students to take these tests. However, the... 
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909 Film Festival The 909 Film Festival will feature short films made by young filmmakers who live in or make films set in the 909 area code. The event will take place 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today in Room 212 of the Arts and Communications Building. For more information call 909-593-3511, ext. 4277. Julie Hebert The Theatre... 
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At the Buzzer Volleyball, Oct. 25 La Verne — 1 Occidental — 3 Women’s Soccer, Oct. 26 La Verne — 0 Chapman — 3 Men’s Soccer, Oct. 26 La Verne — 3 Caltech — 0 Men’s Water Polo, Oct. 26 La Verne — 8 Pomona-Pitzer — 17 Schedule Friday Volleyball vs. Pomona-Pitzer, 7:30 p.m. Saturday Men’s and women’s... 
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Lauren Creiman News Editor The debate team continued its tradition of success when two of its teams advanced to the elimination rounds at the United States National Open earlier this month. In the tournament, hosted by Claremont McKenna College from Oct. 7 to Oct. 9, La Verne teams MT and PA were among the eight out... 
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Allison Lavelle Staff Writer It is hard to believe that losing weight could be as simple as a 20 minute exercise regimen three times a week combined with a Mediterranean diet, but Assistant Professor of Move­ment and Sports Science Sarah Dunn has proven the truth of the statement. In her lecture “The Role of Diet... 
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Qi Gong promotes health benefits
Julia Wheeler, director of development, started a moving meditation called Qi Gong. Wheeler, who has been practicing moving meditation for more than two years, said she wanted to share the benefits of this practice with others. For the month of October she will lead sessions from 5:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. on Tuesdays... 
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Moonlight Madness kicks off season
Men’s basketball team members Ronn See, Tyler Hoyt and Trevor Woodland congratulate one another on their victory in the three-point shot contest against the women’s basketball team. The contest was part of Moonlight Madness at Frantz Athletic Court on Saturday to kick off the 2011-2012 men’s and women’s basketball... 
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LV drowns Caltech in SCIAC opener, falls to Chapman and Redlands
During a timeout in the third quarter Saturday, head coach Alex La lifts his team’s spirit for their game against Chapman at Las Flores Park. La coaches both the men’s and women’s water polo teams, and played for La Verne himself in 2001 and 2002. / photo by Cameron Barr Christian Orozco Staff Writer The men’s... 
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Chemist experiments with stained glass
Mark Nelson, professor of chemistry, points out the details in the stained glass art he has displayed in his office, a piece that took more than 100 hours to create. Nelson started stained glass artwork in 2009, and his pieces have already won two best in show awards at the Los Angeles County Fair. / photo by Mitchell... 
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