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Students toast Homecoming royalty

Students toast Homecoming royalty
Junior Teresa Crum and sophomore Bianca Rivera wait with the rest of the crowd for the announcement of the Homecoming Court, Monday at Mainiero Square. Celebratory snacks of apple cider and cake pops were offered to those who showed their support to the princes and princesses. Homecoming king and queen 2014 will be announced during Saturday’s Homecoming football game. / photo By Emily Bieker Liz... 

Powder Puff ignites sorority rivalry

Powder Puff ignites sorority rivalry
Senior child development major Chanellei Flores scurries past senior kinesiology major Krystal Gutierrez in CAB and RHA’s Power Puff Girls Powder Puff Game Tuesday. Flores led the Sigma Kappa team to a victory over team Coalition, 26-12. / photo by Julian Mininsohn Gabriella Chikhani Staff Writer Four shirtless male cheerleaders, bedazzled with glittered leopard footprints on their faces and chests,... 

Students voice feelings on domestic violence

Michael Saakyan Book Editor Students gathered to write words of encouragement on a graffiti wall Friday on the South Quad as part of the “La Verne Against Domestic Violence” event hosted by the Campus Activities Board. Philanthropy chairwoman and sophomore communications major Jasmine Marchbanks organized the event because of recent domestic violence cases involving the NFL. “I was thinking... 

Happenings

‘The Purge: Anarchy’ The Campus Activities Board will screen “The Purge: Anarchy” 10 p.m. Thursday in La Fetra Auditorium as part of CAB’s Halloweek. ‘Transforming Feminism’ “Transforming Femin­ism,” which includes works from Professor of Art Ruth Trotter runs through Oct. 25 at the South Bay Contemporary in Rolling Hills Estates. Admission is free. ‘Pictures of Everything’ Harris... 

On the Calendar

Homecoming Panel The Leos PR Club will host a Homecoming speakers panel from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m Tuesday at the Campus Center. Movie Night Hillel will have a movie night at 10 p.m. Tuesday at Sneaky Park as part of their Sukkot celebration. Students are invited to participate regardless of religious affiliation. Rock-A-Thon Phi Sigma Sigma will hold their annual Rock-A-Thon at noon Wednesday in Sneaky... 

CAB honors Hispanic Heritage Month

CAB honors Hispanic Heritage Month
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Campus Activity Board hosted a multicultural event Tuesday in Sneaky Park with a performance by Atabey. Group members Juan Lugo, Etienne Rivera, Juan Cosmo and Toby Borrero are dedicated to the performance of Afro-Puerto Rican music and to the education of their audiences about the music and culture. photo by/ Amanda Duvall  Read More →

Mahalo, summertime!

Mahalo, summertime!
Splattered with paint marks of other student’s handprints, sophomore public affairs major Jaime Kons hula dances while snacking on a Hawaiian shaved ice treat. CAB’s One Last Summer Night event was held last Wednesday in the South Quad. / photo by Julian Mininsohn  Read More →

Texting wars make crowd LOL :)

Texting wars make crowd LOL :)
Sophomores Jason Umanasky and Kimmy Kabluyen fight for control of the red ball to earn a chance to compete for $20 at CAB’s Texting Wars Sept. 11 in the Campus Center Ballroom. Contestants texted their answers to trivia questions on a variety of topics – including celebrities, music and text message lingo – to win cash prizes and a Los Angeles County Fair ticket bundle. / photo by Daniel Torres Emily... 

Watermelon heats up competition

Watermelon heats up competition
After placing third in the first round of the CAB watermelon eating competition Sept. 9 on the South Quad, computer science major Robert Kehrberg was determined to win a $5 gift card to In-N-Out. His determination was successful when he won the second round. / photo by Amanda Duvall Gabriella Chikhani Staff Writer The sun was beating down unforgivingly on Jahi Gains, senior psychology major, and ice... 

Happenings

Shakespeare Experience Performance The theater department will present “A Horse: Impro­vised Shakespeare with a Modern Twist” at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret. ‘Uneasy Neighbors’ Carlson Gallery presents “Uneasy Neighbors: The Causes and Consequences of Undocumented Migration to the United States,” photographs by Don Bartletti, through Oct. 10. ‘Radius Abstractus’ “Radius... 
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