Heating up in pong
La Verne student Jason Nicholls wins the fifth match of the Monster Pong tournament Tuesday in the first stage. Nicholls eliminated his opponent’s monster “cups” first by shooting the ball into them. The Campus Activities Board hosted the tournament on the South Quad. / photo by Helen Arase  Read More →
Almeida paints a picture of hope for Angolan orphans
Sophomore political science major Jordan Almeida is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He served his first internship in Africa during the summer and will be returning to Africa next June for his internship with the children. / photo by Uyen Bui Michael Saakyan Staff Writer During the summer of 2013, sophomore... 
Karleigh Neff LV Life Editor The lights in the Benson Auditorium dimmed, and the audience silenced in anticipation. Sixteen short but brilliant films were about to play, representing the talented local filmmakers at this year’s 909 Film Festival last Friday night. Pitzer College in Claremont has been putting on the... 
Liz Ortiz Staff Writer The Claremont Village Square was packed with cheering fans as the Fab 8, a Beatles tribute band, finished singing its rendition of “Hey Jude” last Friday night. The concert was a part of the Claremont “Friday Nights Live” concert series, which features three different bands in three different... 
Alejandra Aguilar Staff Writer A recent sexual harassment case that was dismissed in New York found that unpaid interns are not protected by the city’s human right laws. Lihuan Wang, an intern at Phoenix Satellite Television, sued the company after her boss, Zhengzhu Liu, sexually harassed her, but a federal judge... 
Plaque honors world war pacifists
Charles Davis, class of 1948, speaks as part of a panel of four La Verne alumni who worked during World War II in Civilian Public Service. They discussed their positions as pacifist conscientious objectors during the war and the reactions they faced from friends and family at that time. A plaque dedication was held... 
Veronica Orozco Metro Editor Thousands of people equipped with cameras and wagons flocked the Farm Store at Kellogg Ranch Saturday and Sunday for the annual Cal Poly Pomona Pumpkin Festival. Driving up to the event, the patch was hard to miss with hundreds of pumpkins scattered around an empty field with sunflowers... 
LV unable to dig out road victory
Senior libero and setter Morgan Donohue sets up freshman middle blocker Kelsi Robinson for a kill in the second set against Claremont-Mudd- Scripps Saturday. After a difficult start the Leopards made a comeback in the third set but lost to the Athenas in the fourth, placing them eighth in the conference standings with... 
With our world becoming increasingly progressive, the sports realm is starting to finally get a dose of political correctness, and rightfully so. Recently, the Washington Redskins, D.C.’s NFL team, for those not athletically knowledgeable, has come under a lot of controversy for their admittedly racist name. Although... 
Alison Rodriguez Staff Writer Tucked behind the San Dimas Civic Center, the 17th Annual Wildlife Art Show carried on in full force over the weekend of Oct. 19-20, displaying to visitors and artists alike the beauty and brilliance of the natural world. Approximately 800 people attended the two-day event. Twenty-one... 
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