Bringing out the ‘3rd St. Sounds’
Adjunct Professor of Music Carol Stephenson conducts 3rd St. Sound, La Verne’s new barbershop chorus, as it rehearses “Orange Colored Sky” Monday in the Chapel. Masters of Harmony president Ron Andreas and vice president Joe D’Amore gave the chorus a $500 grant from the internationally known a cappella organization.... 
CAPA awards outstanding alumni
Hoang Dinh, vice president and e-secretary of the CAPA Affinity Group, gave a brief history of the organization at its annual awards reception on Sept. 27 in the Hanawalt House. Secretary Deborah Fraser also described some accomplishments of the organization before the award winners were announced. The Affinity Group... 
New policy spills on dry campus
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff When people hear the word tailgate, two things comes to mind, food and alcohol. La Verne, a dry campus, has adopted the idea of tailgating after “months of hard work and intensive research,” according to a student email sent out by the University on Sept. 18. This pilot tailgating... 
Unique fair finds
Thomas Stricklin has been a Coca-Cola memorabilia collector since his sister gave him a painted Coke bottle as a vase before he went to college in 1969. He displays his collection at the Collectors’ Fair in downtown Pomona on Saturday. / photo by Celine Dehban  Read More →
Amanda Larsh Staff Writer To showcase the skill and creativity of University students, the Cultural Arts Society of La Verne collaborated with professors to put together the 2013 ULV Student Film Festival last Thursday. Held at the Hillcrest Retirement Homes, the festival presented eight short films, all of which were... 
Leopards look Stag-nant, fall 3-0
Senior defender Andrew Greenen drives toward the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps side in an effort to stop CMS player Alex Censullo from taking it to La Verne’s goal during the first half at Ortmayer Stadium Saturday. The Leopards lost to the Stags, 3-0. / photo by Celine Dehban Julian Burrell Staff Writer The men’s soccer... 
<i>First Person Experience</i>: Circus workout more than clowning around
International Polytechnic High School sophomore Victoria Nakai enjoys the circus aerobics class at Pilates Studio M in Claremont for her third time. / photo by Stephanie Ball Hayley Hulin Staff Writer Now more than ever people look for fun and intensive workouts that keep their interest but are also effective. I am... 
Veronica Orozco Metro Editor Lights that wrapped around replicas of cast iron streetlights and hung off of trees illuminated the night as music and laughter filled the air at Saturday’s Pomona Art Walk. Shoes to Fill, a jazz band that has played at the Art Walk for two years, performed old jazz band, blues and... 
Cleveland entertains, organ style
Douglas Cleveland performed at the Mabel Shaw Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College on Sunday. Cleveland opened the performance with “Preludium in G Major” by Nicolaus Bruhns. He teaches organ at the University of Washington. / photo by Ryan Gann  Read More →
In a $1 billion plan to improve education and give students equal opportunity in the classroom, the Los Angeles Unified School District gave 47,000 iPads to students in 13 schools. Unfortunately, the education plan has not been successful. There are currently 71 iPads missing, 69 of them being from one campus, Valley... 
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