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Teams launch way to win in Frisbee

Teams launch way to win in Frisbee
Sophomore Luis Vargas, a pledge of Phi Delta Theta attempted to throw the Frisbee to his team as Phi Delta Theta member senior Michael Jimenez tried to steal it during the intramural ultimate Frisbee game Monday at the South Quad. / photo by Michelle Leon Sierra Dasher Staff Writer The Phi Delta Theta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternities formed five teams to battle it out in ultimate Frisbee intramurals... 

On the Calendar

Intramural Frisbee CAB will host intramural ultimate frisbee games at 10 p.m. Monday and Tuesday in the Athletics Pavillion. Sushi Night Sushi Night is 10 p.m. Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballroom. Movie Night The “Woman in Black” movie night is at 10 p.m. Thursday in La Fetra. –Cody Luk  Read More →

Leos celebrate culture with ‘Luck’

Leos celebrate culture with ‘Luck’
Carrol Coyne and Meredith Lyons perform an Irish folk dance as a part of the Luck of the Leos event  March 25 in Sneaky Park. Coyne and Lyons have been dancing for about 17 years. Lyons founded the Lyons Academy of Irish Dance in San Pedro in 2010. / photo by Daniel Torres Hal Hargrave Staff Writer “Luck of the Leos,” a celebration of Irish culture hosted by the Campus Activities Board, drew nearly... 

Attic Empire shakes up dance floor

Attic Empire shakes up dance floor
Tyler Connaghan, lead singer of Attic Empire, plays the guitar and sings popular cover songs, including “Play That Funky Music” by Wild Cherry and “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars on Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom. The Campus Activities Board hosted the Spring Break Take 2 event featuring the band, which performs frequently at venues around the L.A. area in addition to touring in other cities.... 

Get Active puts students to work

Get Active puts students to work
Elias Maldonado, sophomore computer science major, and Juan Ornelas, sophomore business administration major, participate in a round of tug of war against their friends Wednesday for a chance to win a Fitbit Flex, a small wrist pedometer that tracks the user’s movements among other functions. The Get Active event was in the South Quad and hosted by CAB. Along with sandwiches and Jamba Juice, participants... 

‘Fire and Ice’ glamorizes formal in old Hollywood

‘Fire and Ice’ glamorizes formal in old Hollywood
Madison Orange, a glow light dancer from the Dancing Fire company, performs at the Fire and Ice Winter Formal last Friday. The Dancing Fire, headquartered in Hollywood, offers a variety of classes ranging from belly dancing to fire dancing. In addition, the company offers DJ services. For the rest of the night, Orange showed off her skills on the side of the dance floor as students continued to dance.... 

Students ring in lunar new year

Students ring in lunar new year
Sarah Tang, sophomore broadcasting major, catches and reattaches fortunes of other students on a temporary wall at the South Quad during a gust of wind Feb. 19 at the Chinese New Year event planned by Campus Activities Board, International Student Organization and Chinese Students and Scholars Association. ISO set up stations for students to make lanterns, learn about their personalities based on... 

Happenings

Irish Concert “Spirit of Ireland: Michael and Friends” presents Ryan’s selected pieces from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday in Morgan Auditorium. A $20 donation is suggested. ‘Homeless Women’ The ULV theater department presents “Homeless Women: How to Stay Alive on Streets” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret. The play was written and directed by senior Maryanne... 

Packard packs advice through entertainment

Packard packs advice through entertainment
Daniel Packard, love expert, presented love advice Feb. 12 in La Fetra Lecture Hall. As part of his routine, Packard portrayed a woman putting on eyeliner. Packard used a thin strip of blue tape to separate the men and women who attended. / photo by Alexandra Arkley Brooke Grasso Staff Writer Love expert Daniel Packard provided students with romantic advice Feb. 12, just in time for Valentine’s... 

Open mic performers open hearts

Open mic performers open hearts
Snaps and applause filled the Dailey Theater Tuesday, February 17 during the “What is Love?” Open Mic Night presented by University of La Verne’s Slam Poetry team. Audience members were given the opportunity to get up to the microphone and perform their own poetry or sing songs to a receptive and encouraging crowd. Junior music major, Christian Garay, and sophomore history major, Patrick Swart,... 
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