Katie Monday Staff Writer A variety of homeade art pieces were for sale at the Friday Night Art Mart sponsored by Studio Claremont at the Packing House in downtown Claremont. The open space in the middle of the Packing House was used to set up tables where local artists could display and sell their art. “The art... 
The following students in the College of Arts and Sciences earned a grade point average of 3.75 or better for the spring 2013 semester. Jonathan Abeyta Laura Acevedo Monica Aguinaga Shaadee Ahmadnia Philip Aledia Hope Allen Nysa Allen Jordan Almeida Gilbert Alvarado Angelica Alvarez Nicole Ambrose Yasmine Andrawis Feliz... 
Leos hope to dig their way into AVCA top 25
Cassie Thompson and Kelsi Robinson, both freshmen, practiced Tuesday at Frantz Athletic Pavilion for this upcoming season. Thompson earned three-time all league selection (2010-12) from Garfield-Palouse High School in Washington, and Robinson garnered Second Team All Moore League accolades in 2012 from Long Beach Wilson... 
The following students in the CAPA program earned a grade point average of 3.75 or better for the spring 2013 semester. Stephen Abel Ramona Adib Allyson Aguilar Jenessa Aguilar John Alderete Mark Anderson Veronica Avila Sheila Ballinger Elizabeth Bell Linda Beuster Fraser Black Melissa Bobie Kyle Borba Colin Buckley Naticha... 

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// Sep 6th, 2013
‘Divinity Degenerate’ The Tall Wall Space is presenting Mark Dean Veca’s installation project, “Divinity Degenerate,” through May 30. The reception for the exhibit will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 24 in the Arts and Communica­tions Buil­ding. Admission is free. Film Festival The Cultural Arts Society... 
Clo Hidalgo Staff Writer The University of La Verne funded two left turn signals on the corner of D Street and Arrow Highway, which went into service last month. The traffic light cost the University $75,000, and came out of the Vista La Verne budget. The traffic light had to be placed in order for ULV to be able to... 
Kristina Bugante Staff Writer To accommodate the campus’s growing population, University administrators are planning to expand the campus borders and reorganize the map in the near future. In the next six to nine months, the University plans to build two new classrooms, three seminar rooms, 25 new offices and one... 
Guitar group hits the right chords
Teresa Piccirillo, a sophomore liberal studies major, and the rest of the La Verne Guitar Ensemble perform the song “Spring,” composed by senior music major Angie Osorio, Tuesday in Morgan Auditorium. Adjunct Professor of Music Michael Ryan directed the performance that showcased the pieces students learned and... 
<i>First-person experience</i>: Taking a walk on the wild side
Sharon “Mama Llama” Brucato and her husband, Paul, have been walking llamas for the last six years thanks to their son’s interest with the animals at an early age. They keep five llamas in their private residence in Yorba Linda, which is fully certified and licensed to house the animals. For a $50 fee, guests... 
Students premiere video projects
Laura Acevedo, producer and reporter, and Chelsea Stark-Jones, reporter, talked about their “Foothill Community News” show, also reported by Spencer Bruno and Ozzy Mora, at the Senior Video Screening on May 17. “Foothill Community News” is a bi-weekly student produced newscast and the video contained highlights... 
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