Mandala symbolizes world peace
Sophomore political science major Mariela Martinez and Professor of Humanities Al Clark help create a mandala Friday at the International Day of Peace ceremony in the Campus Center Ballroom. The mandala was created with different types of beans, lentils and dried rice. Traditionally the mandala is created with colorful... 
Karla Rendon Editorial Director Eager fans of Julian Casablancas will be ecstatic to hear his latest side project’s new album, “Tyranny” is simply pleasant – if you’re into inaudible lyrics and an exaggerated use of distortion. Casablancas has strayed from his garage-rock roots he grounded with the Strokes... 
With groundwater sources across the state sinking by more than a foot a year and reports of wells going dry, the Groundwater Protection Act was finally approved, which is good news. Its effective date, however, is not immediate enough to help address our drought, and is somewhat dependent on various municipal legislative... 
Poised for competition
At 6 a.m. Tuesday, senior Andrea Ramirez leads junior David Sincock through hip mobility stretches. Tuesday morning practices consist of plyometric work, hip mobility stretches, and core strengthening prior to taking off on a distance run. The team starts its first conference game at the Southern California Intercollegiate... 
Leopards victorious over Regals
La Verne midfielder Kelsea Varner pushes forward against Cal Lutheran’s defense before the end of the first half, after Regals junior midfielder Katie Moyer scored, 15 minutes into the game. The Leopards ultimately dethroned the Regals, 2-1, at the women’s soccer home opener Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium. / photo... 
Fair vendors offer unique trinkets
Glendora based company eGood, represented by Ryan Cathey and Zack Swire, finds creative ways to attract children at the Los Angeles County Fair on Sunday. They give away eGood merchandise and candy as prizes for a bean bag toss. This is eGood’s first time at the Fair. The company is a startup whose mission is to... 
Volleyball vanquished by Athenas
Sophomore middle blocker Kelsi Robinson spikes down the middle past Claremont-Mudd-Scripps outside hitters sophomore Nicole Kerkhof and freshman Mariah Rigg, in the first of a five-match battle Saturday. The Leopards were speared by the Athenas, 3-2./ photo by Emily Bieker Jolene Nacapuy Sports Editor The volleyball... 
Industry adjusts to social changes
Douglas Chun, assistant professor of management, discusses firm strategies, societal norms and cognitions of the American Auto Industry between 1968 and 2008 in the President’s Dining Room Monday. Chun asserted that when sales decline, American automakers shift plans and actions to match societal probabilities. The... 
Joshua Casey Staff Writer Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches opened in La Verne, and so far the business has been a success. “Business is great,” Lee Dilworth, Jimmy John’s restaurant manager, said. “Lines have been out the door ever since we opened.” Jimmy John’s, a franchised sandwich restaurant chain... 
Last week the University celebrated Hispanic Serving Institutions Week, HSI, which was designed to promote discussion of Hispanic culture and heritage. As one of the week’s activities, students were encouraged to contribute to the “Question Board” in the Campus Center and answer the question, “Thinking about... 
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