Candles for unity
Leslie Ann Young, professor of education, lit candles at the altar in Dant Chapel Wednesday to symbolize unity among all people. The candle lighting, organized by the University’s Gay-Straight Alliance, was organized to bring attention to the issue of gay marriage and the current U.S. Supreme Court deliberations... 
<i>Book Review</i>: Inhuman situations uncover true humanity
Christina Collins Burton Book Editor Lights come on at 8 a.m. and turn off at midnight. The elevator brings food, death or nothing at all. Two months of nothing but going by someone else’s time. For the six characters in Kevin Brooks’ latest book, this is their world. The journal entry style of “The Bunker... 
Monica Dien Staff Writer The Center for Teaching and Learning was recently renamed the Center for Advancement of Faculty Excellence, or CAFE, with new plans to reach out to faculty and provide training in integrating technology. The impetus for this change has to do with the University’s strategic plan, said CAFE... 
<i>Commentary</i>: Media outlets: Stop objectifying women
Mariela Patron, News Editor Compared to past decades, women are now reaching new levels professionally as well as being further acknowledged for their capabilities and accomplishments. By becoming important figures in industries generally led by men, the impact women are making in America is undeniable. However, media... 
Gratz gets kick out of Cole Porter
Reed Gratz, professor of music, played selections from Cole Porter songs on an electric keyboard in the President’s Dining Room for his entry in the Faculty Lecture Series on Monday. Gratz explained his inspiration and respect for Porter’s work. / photo by Zachary Horton Sydney Daly-Weber Staff Writer Reed Gratz,... 
Leopards declawed by Wildcats
Outfielder Amanda Copas throws the ball back to second base during the second inning of the first game against Linfield College March 20. La Verne lost both games, 9-0 and 6-1. / photo by Katherine Careaga Karleigh Neff Staff Writer The softball team battled nationally ranked Linfield College Wednesday at Wheeler Park,... 
Reliving John Brown’s crusade
Norman Marshall performs “John Brown: Trumpet of Freedom” Tuesday in the Campus Center. In this one-man show Marshall played the abolitionist John Brown along with 30 other historical characters to portray the harsh realities of slavery. The show is based on letters and interviews from the final weeks of Brown’s... 
Project sheds light on abuse
Crystal Miranda, outreach coordinator for Project Sister Family Services in Pomona, speaks in La Fetra Hall Monday to raise awareness of sexual assault and date and acquaintance rape. / photo by Nicole Ambrose Iota Delta’s weeklong events focused on abuse against women with their annual Clothesline project and a... 
For more than a decade singing competitions have filled primetime slots on TV. With the promise of lucrative record contracts, fame and millions of adoring fans, year after year people continue to line up for days and audition in front of professionals. “American Idol” was one of the first singing competitions,... 
At the Buzzer Tennis, March 25 Willamette – 0 La Verne-9 Softball, March 26 George Fox – 3 La Verne – 10 Women’s water polo, March 27 Whittier – 7 La Verne – 4 Schedule Friday Men’s and women’s track and field @ Cal/Nevada State Championships, 9 a.m. Tennis @ Occidental, 2 p.m. Softball... 
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