Michael Phillips Staff Writer The Johnson Family Plaza was covered in tents, chairs and tables for the Spring Boutique last weekend. At 8 a.m., March 26, there were about nine booths participating, selling everything from homemade creations, crafts, jewelry, magnets, purses, bags and various other knickknacks. Director... 
Person L gets personal with music
Opening up for Copeland, Person L kept the crowd moving at the Glass House in Pomona on March 5. Lead vocalist Kenny Vasoli, formerly of The Starting Line, released Person L’s first album through his own record label, Human Interest. / photo by Christopher Guzman Michael Escañuelas Arts Editor Not many people... 
Model Seder celebrates liberation
Food and songs offer symbolism Cantor Paul Buch from Temple Beth Israel in Pomona led the Model Seder in The President’s Dining Room on March 25. The seder is a Jewish ceremonial dinner held on the first night of Passover. More than just a meal, the dinner includes readings from the Haggadah, a Jewish religious... 
Commentary: Haiti still needs attention
Kristen Campbell, News Editor I know what you are all thinking, “The United States is already in Haiti helping the citizens after the earthquake. Why are you writing this article?” After attending the screening of “Poto Mitan: Haitian Women, Pillars of the Global Economy,” I was writing my article to report... 
Nearly two weeks ago, Google Inc. successfully shut down its search engine in China after declaring in January it would not comply with Chinese censorship. China recently tightened its grip on the world of online information by forcing Google, the leader in providing information, to choose between giving in to Chinese... 
Romanian government restricts art
Gabriela Capraroiu’s research focuses on literature. Gabriela Capraroiu, assistant professor of modern languages, delivers her lecture, “Montage: Visions of Romanian Modernism, 1918-1939” Monday in the President’s Dining Room. Unlike other lectures, Capraroiu did not include visual aid so to bring audience... 
Rebecca Bravo Staff Writer There are 12.3 million children, women and adults being exploited for labor and sex in the human trafficking business and the Model United Nations members on the University of La Verne campus decided to spread the word on this issue. A lecture on the awareness of human trafficking was given... 
Losses could prove costly in SCIAC. Pui Lok Choi Staff Writer After winning a season high seven games in a row, the Leopards streak came to an end on Friday, getting swept in a three-game series with Cal Lutheran. On Friday, the Kingsmen struck first in the fourth inning with four runs on four hits and two errors but... 
Bracelets help encourage patients
The CAB event, A Band for Hope, was held in front of the Campus Center on Tuesday. The event was held to make bracelets for cancer patients at St. Jude Hospital. Although the table was slow at times, students, such as Ashley Cole, made their way to the table during the time allotted and were able to make an abundance... 
Gossip consumption leaves real news in the dark
Kevin Garrity, Editor in Chief The Web site minonline.com, a marketing publication that rates successes and failures throughout the media, released their results on which magazine covers were the best and worst sellers in 2009. A year that saw continuing economic disaster, the ongoing battle of fighting two wars and... 
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