Karla Rendon Staff Writer LeoFM held its last event of the semester from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on May 16 in Sneaky Park. The event included hot dogs, courtesy of La Verne Corner Butcher Shop, and music from the radio station. The event’s main attraction was the chance to win four field level tickets including free... 

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// May 24th, 2013
Student Recital A student recital will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Morgan Auditorium. Admission is free. ‘Geolocation’ The Carlson Gallery is hosting photographers Nate Larson and Marni Shindel­man’s exhibit “Geo­location: Desert­scapes,” which will end Friday. The gallery is open to the public 9... 
Be Perfect Foundation raises millions for rehab
Hal Hargrave, founder of the Be Perfect Foundation greets guest Robert Tyler as he enters the fifth annual Be Perfect Foundation fundraiser, “These Boots are Made for Walking,” Saturday. The event, located at the Hafif Estate in northern La Verne, featured a silent and live auction, dinner and a special guest performance... 
New spin on after school activities
During a warm-up session, Soetan Osifeso, 19, tries a few tricks while Jose Carerra, 18, and Soyemi Osifeso, 15, watch and wait for their turn to show off. The Hip Hop School of Arts in Pomona is a unique space that features lessons on how to DJ, create modern street art, and dance in a variety of hip-hop styles. The... 
CAB starts summer with a splash
Freshman kinesiology major Andrew Phillips prepares for impact at ASULV’s Soakfest on Tuesday. The event included two water slides, a water gun battle area, a foam pit, and a watermelon-eating contest. With temperatures rising above 90 degrees on Tuesday, the third annual Soakfest could not have happened at a better... 
Students find fun in philanthropy
Members of Phi Delta Theta – sophomore biology major Wesley Lam and senior e-commerce major Dylan Malloy – spend their half hour shift on the teeter-totter goofing off, singing and doing tricks at their ALS event Tuesday. Fraternity members raised money by collecting donations, selling tickets for their Zumbathon,... 
Leopard sprints way to Nationals
Junior speech communication major Chancise Watkins does more than run track. He enjoys video games, collecting hats and getting tattoos. Watkins gets his tattoos from a friend back home in Blythe, Watkins’ dorm walls are covered with his awards that he has accumulated over the years. Watkins won the 200-meter at... 
Barbershop performances bring harmony
Ladies of Leo – a group comprised of junior liberal studies major Melissa Molinaro, sophomore music and theatre arts major Mona Lutfi, sophomore photography and theatre arts major Sonora Hernandez and junior music major Amanda Timko – perform “I Don’t Mind,” “On My Own,” and “Ma, He’s Making Eyes... 
<i>First-person experience</i>: Dangers don’t deter long boarder
Illustration by Jacob Bogdanoff Sydney Daly-Weber Staff Writer Tires screech; hearts stop. That is the feeling I get when I ride around school and an accident almost occurs. Being a student who rides a long board around campus, I know first-hand how crazy drivers can be. They drive too fast, do not completely stop... 
Monica Dien Staff Writer The Lordsburg Taphouse and Grill will take over the D Street home of T. Phillips Alehouse, which recently closed its doors. The Taphouse, scheduled to open by the end of the month, promises to have various new menu items and a variety of beers. The restaurant will feature a trendy but old... 
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