Storytellers help Aztecs come alive
Michael Heralda and his wife, Sandy, led a story-telling session Nov. 12. Heralda focused on the Mexican Aztec Culture by introducing the Aztec Nahuatl language and various hand-made musical instruments. Heralda performed for a crowded room, playing a flute called “parkas,” as his wife, Sandy plays the huehuetl... 
Hyatt charts new course for change
Enlightening her audience on the connections between faculty members and their research, Associate Professor of Organizational Leadership Laura Hyatt describes the connection between Tuesday and its negative connotations. Hyatt presented her lecture, “Creating a Faculty Research Culture: Charting a Course for... 
Furutan details global segregation
Professor examines immigration as part of the monthly Hot Spots lecture series. Omid Furutan, assistant professor of management, presented his lecture, “Immigration and Tolerance” in the President’s Dining Room on Tuesday as part of the Hot Spots lecture series. Furutan examined findings on illegal immigration... 
Generations falling down
Samantha Sincock, Editorial Director/Arts Editor You are in the store about to purchase your groceries for the week, a mother stands in front of you, her child running in circles screaming out in awkward babble the lyrics to “Party in the U.S.A.” You walk outside and see an elderly lady struggling with her groceries... 
It seems like no big deal to add on a week for the semester in fall – and spring, which is what the administration has done effective this September. But it is a big deal to us. Students have lost two weeks in summer to potentially earn that much more toward tuition. And hard-working faculty have lost precious research,... 
Samantha Sincock Arts Editor/Editorial Director Toronto-based band Little Girls hits post-punk gold with their first full-length album, “Concepts,” after three earlier EPs. The recording genius of one man, Josh McIntyre has created a realm of lo-fi-tinged pop that takes listeners back to the days of post-punk and... 
Bringing the holidays to the poor
Natalie Veissalov, Editor in Chief I cannot believe how fast the holidays are approaching. It feels like we just rang in the New Year. With our busy schedules and hectic life, it seems like everything is passing us by so much and without any room to take it all in. As we get closer to Thanksgiving and Christmas, we... 
Rap sensation Diz Gibran headlines ULV concert
Freshmen Brittany McDonald, Princess Russell and Alexa Palacios rush the stage with Los Angeles rapper Diz Gibran in Founders Auditorium on Nov. 12. Gibran recently released his new album, “Soon You’ll Understand,” produced by Crooks and Castles. Gibran’s songs have been played on BET and Power 106. / photo... 
The Reed Gratz Band plays in the Campus Center
The Reed Gratz Band performed an intimate concert Friday night in the ballroom of the Campus Center. Gratz played the piano, accompanied by Andrew Ford on bass, Mike Bennett on the drums and Steve Biondo on percussion. Gratz is professor of music; Ford graduated from La Verne in 1982; Bennett graduated in 2004. Biondo... 
The United States received some pretty sobering news Monday: There are more hungry people in this country now then at any other time since the government has tracked the statistic. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s report indicates that nearly 50 million people had difficulty getting enough food to eat in the... 
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