The recent Fort Hood shooting raises the question we as a country face every time an attack, of any magnitude, takes place domestically, what was the motive of the attacker? Instant analysis spews out of every cable news network about the alleged shooter, Nidal Malik Hasan, and almost always his religious beliefs were... 
Hellogoodbye greets Upland arts festival
Hellogoodbye was one of several bands to take the stage at the Upland Music and Arts Festival on Friday. Frontman Forrest Kline introduced new songs from the band’s latest EP, “When We First Met.” The three-day festival featured a battle of the bands and other performances as well as various activities for... 
Clubs host ping pong tournament
Jiaying Shen, a graduate student in the College of Business and Public Management, won the ping pong tournament in the Campus Center on Monday night. Proceeds from the event went to benefit the Latino Student Forum. / photo by Erin Maxwell Yessenia Romo Staff Wrtier Professors impressed their students in a way that... 
Elucidating black magic
The connection between black magic and Charles Baudelaire’s “Les Fleurs Du MaI” was made clear through Jon Leaver’s presentation “The Aesthetics of the Occult: Black Magic in Baudelaire’s ‘Les Fleurs Du Mal.’” Leaver is an assistant professor of art history. His research focuses on 19th century French... 
Dan Sayles Sports Editor There are many movies that try to depict the life of a man going into shambles with dysfunctional family members, work problems and the unfortunate process of seeking guidance that ultimately leads to disappointment, or even further confusion. Even fewer movies are able to go about such heart-rending... 
Men's water polo loses one, wins one
Freshman Matt Johnson contributes to Sunday’s victory over Caltech, making his pass over a host of defenders in the second half. The men’s water polo team split a doubleheader Sunday. After losing their first match to Air Force, La Verne beat Caltech, 17-7. / photo by Christopher Guzman  Read More →
Let's paws and think about cats
Editorial Cartoon by Michael Escañuelas There is an ethical point to be considered – the morality of inflicting pain on cats. We know the practice of onychectomy – declawing cats – is cruel. However, veterinarians don’t feel the practice should be banned, on the contrary, many veterinarians have backed a... 
Students honor the La Verne fallen
Project would revamp war memorials on campus. An oak tree growing in Sneaky Park west of the Wilson Library was planted in memory of Donald F. Gaston and Forrest O. Chappell, soldiers who died during World War I. / photo by Stephanie Arellanes Dan Sayles Sports Editor Two stone memorials sit beneath the oak tree in... 

Happenings

// Nov 13th, 2009
‘Blood Wedding’ Federico García Lorca’s “Blood Wedding,” will be again held at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 12-14 in Dailey Theater. A matinee performance will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are priced at $10 for general admission, $8 for seniors and $5 for students with an I.D. For more information, contact the... 
Festivities highlight Homecoming
Posing for their classmates on the steps of Founders Hall Monday, Homecoming Court finalists include AnnMarie Francis, Roger Acevedo, Sami Cacchione, Naime Laskar, Christopher Weedon, John LeJay II, Ashley Dunn, Don Sortillon, Cathy Zech and Ryan Figgs. The members of the University’s 2009 Homecoming Court were... 
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