Fair food flambés guests’ appetites
Mt. San Antonio College student Pricilla Hernandez of Covina said she attends the Fair frequently with her cousin to order her favorite meal: fried onion rings and zucchini with ranch dressing and lemonade from “Backyard Dog Village.” The Los Angeles County Fair is known for its variety of deep fried food,... 
Sexual assault is a horrifying and heinous act that happens far too often. On college campuses it’s epidemic, with one in five predominantly female students becoming victims, according to the Justice Department. Last month the California State Senate said “enough” by unanimously approving a bill to require California’s... 
Volleyball hopes to dominate SCIAC
Sophomore middle blocker Kelsi Robinson gets ready to spike the ball during a drill at Tuesday’s practice. Robinson was also chosen for the All- Tournament Team. The Leopards began the season with four wins and one loss. The team’s next games will take place at noon against Pomona-Pitzer and at 6 p.m. against Colorado... 
Hopi culture shines in Katsinam
Larry Melendez of the Butterfly/Badger clan was one of 16 Katsinam doll carvers whose work was included in the exhibition, “Katsinam: A Hopi Living Tradition” at the University of La Verne College of Law in Ontario, California. Melendez, who was inspired by the Hopi nation and Mexican traditions, uses cottonwood... 
LV soccer seeks championship goal
The women’s soccer team practices on a hot afternoon Sept. 5. Freshman forward Jessica Hernandez stretches with teammates in preparation for their game against Cal State San Bernardino Thursday./ photo by Kaung Myat Tun Kat Simonelli News Editor The women’s soccer team has high hopes for this season, with a goal... 
Erum Jaffrey Assistant Editor Center stage stood six chairs, all in a circle facing the audience, below a perimeter of transparent screens that outlined the ceiling of the Jane Dibbell Cabaret, projecting images related to each scene. “The Laramie Project,” performed by the theater department, shared a poignant... 
Alumna devotes life to education
The Speech Communication Department welcomes alumnae Kristine Butterly back to the University of La Verne as an adjunct professor. Aside from majoring in speech communication, Butterly also studied English literature and her favorite novel is Jane Eyre. Her interest, however, does not end with the classics. Harry Potter... 
Gallery shows ‘Pictures of Everything’
Brandon Czworniak, freshman administration major, Julian Vega, freshman kinesiology major and Atianna Williams, freshman theater major, discuss the texture of the acrylic paint on a canvas. The untitled painting by artist Phil Argent was featured in the reception of “Pictures of Everything” at the Harris Gallery... 
The Campus Safety department launched its new Leo Safe app this summer with the goal of providing students and community members with a convenient safety resource that they could find at the tips of their fingers. The all-new app offers several features including: emergency contact information, crime statistics, daily... 
Exon teaches the art of an apology
Susan Nauss Exon, professor of law, discusses what makes an effective apology. In her lecture on Monday, Exon presented her new book, “Advanced Guide for Mediators,” which includes a summary of five key steps that make a credible apology. / photo by Mariela Patron Alejandra Aguilar Assistant Editor Susan Nauss... 
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