CAB helps students blow off steam
Natalie Holland, a junior public affairs major, reaches up to catch socks thrown from the second floor of the Campus Center at Destination Procrastination last week. Event sponsors CAB and ASULV gave out green socks to all those who attended. Destination Procrastination, designed to relive some pre-finals stress, was... 
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RHA brings Block Party
Sophomore business major Curtis Mottram, sophomore business major Stephen Acree and sophomore kinesiology major Michael Humenez attend the Block Party May 16 in the South Quad. They stopped by the picture booth to make funny pictures. The Block Party was hosted by the Residence Hall Association with the help of the... 
Students address the stress of pending finals
The onslaught of the upcoming finals week sends students into a cramming fury. Finals begin today and continue after the Memorial Day weekend through May 31. / photo illustration by Zachary Horton Erica Maurice Staff Writer With finals week approaching, students have many ways to prepare, deal with stress and make... 
Kat Simonelli Staff Writer Senior music majors Angelica Osorio and Michael Choy presented their senior projects May 18 in Morgan Auditorium in front of family, friends and music enthusiasts alike. Osorio prepared a PowerPoint presentation on musician Astor Piazzolla who most famously played the bandoneon, a type of... 
Reverie Outfitters dresses students
Tiffany Fujioka, a senior business administration major, sells Reverie Outfitters clothing May 15 in front of the Campus Center. The Outfitters is a clothing company created as part of the Integrative Business Practicum. Reverie Outfitters will be selling products again next week. The group’s Facebook page, facebook.com/ReverieOutfitters,... 
Alison Rodriguez Staff Writer Some students spend their free time on the Internet, others spend it out with their friends. But in this case, sophomore psychology major Matthew Peel spends his free time writing and publishing poetry and prose. This past April, Peel had his own book of poetry published by a company called... 
Kristina Bugante Staff Writer Students of the Theatre Arts 351 class premiered their directing capabilities in “Theatre On-Stage: New Directions in Directing” May 17-25 in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret and Dailey Theatre. The week-long event, consisting of a series of one-act plays, opened with “The Bald Soprano”... 
The latest technological expansion of Google Earth has a new layer of complexity added to its program that caters to the individual. This program has also pushed Google forward in an almost creepy way. The updated mapping of the satellites responsible for the three-dimensional rendering on the Google Earth map now... 
Hurst shares obstacles for students' future
Ron Hurst, adjunct professor of business, speaks about some of the obstacles students will face on their career paths after graduation in his speech “Beyond the ULV Walls” Monday in the Campus Center Ballroom. ASULV hosted the event. One of the dangers Hurst warned about are the “ animals” that students will... 
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