Sydney Daly-Weber Staff Writer The University of La Verne is currently in the process of bringing its telephone system more up to date. Nortel, the old system that the phones ran on, went bankrupt. In order to save the school money and have a more efficient phone system, La Verne decided to switch to Cisco Unified... 
Kat Simonelli Staff Writer The weather held out and set for a perfect weekend for celebrating Irish culture at the Irish Fair at the Pomona Fairplex Saturday and Sunday. The day began with a parade through the fairgrounds set with a full drum and bagpipe line, dancing elephants and a leprechaun on stilts. “We come... 
<i>Food Court</i>: Baresse’s passion involves sweets
Katie Barrese, senior psychology major, will graduate in May, hoping attend graduate school at Southern Methodist University in Texas to pursue a career working with children. Barrese is a distance runner on track and field. She also enjoys buying lemon mousse cupcakes from Some Crust Bakery in Claremont. / photo by... 
Bear Attack rocks Art after Hours
Brandon Bae, Eric Radloff, Mia Minichiello, Logan Shrewsbury, Nick Campbell, all students from USC and members of indie rock band Bear Attack, perform at the Pomona College Museum of Art Feb. 28 for the museum’s event, Art After Hours, which takes place every Thursday evening from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. The event has... 
New TSA rules are too lenient
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff As if flying was not already stressful, annoying and complicated enough, the Transportation Security Administration’s new regulations set to take effect on April 25 add a whole new layer of worry. People have been baffled since the TSA announced last week that they will begin... 
Erica Maurice Staff Writer The softball team pulled off back-to back wins against Stevens Institute 9-1 in game one and 19-0 in game two at Wheeler Park Sunday. In the first game, La Verne pitcher Katherine Kibbe hit a homerun in the bottom of the first making it the only homerun of the game. “I liked how we all... 
Dear Editor, Strike down parts of the 1965 Voting Rights Act? This idea, unfortunately, is not amazing to me. With the unbelievably racist bile spewed by some members of our political right over the past four years, it’s all too predictable. In the past two years 41 states have passed 180 laws to restrict voter... 
Haydn’s music expansion exposed
Professor of Music Kathleen Lamkin takes her turn in the Faculty Lecture Series Monday afternoon with “Recent Findings Regarding the Early Dissemination of Haydn’s Music in Central Europe.” Her presentation explained findings during her spring 2012 sabbatical and travels to Germany and Austria. / photo by Hunter... 
Kristina Bugante Staff Writer The University of La Verne has recently launched the Extended Learning program, which offers non-degree/non-credit courses and certificate programs to students. The program offers certification in wedding and event planning, clinical medical assistant training, pharmacy technician training... 
Reverie Outfitters makes its pitch
Brian Zhang, junior business administration major, talks with Sheri Lilie, junior psychology major, about Reverie Outfitters’ products during the spring launch event Wednesday in Sneaky Park. Reverie Outfitters is a business run by the Integrated Business Practicum class. The students are selling t-shirts for $15,... 
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