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Leotics boost school spirit at athletic events

Brenna von den Benken Staff Writer With matching sea foam green T-shirts that read “Leotics – Welcome to the Jungle” The on campus group yelled creative chants and shook thunder sticks. Leotics is a group sponsored by the Campus Activities Board, they make a loud appearance at every University of La Verne sporting event. CAB Games Recreation and Spirit Chairwoman, Brittany Martinez, first initiated... 

On the Calendar

An Evening Adrift The Campus Activities Board and ASULV are sponsoring Winter Formal 2011 on Mar. 4 at 8 p.m. aboard the Endless Dreams Yacht in Long Beach. Boarding begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale in the Office of Student Life for $25 for students, $30 for guest, until Mar. 3 at 5 p.m. Bus transportation can also be purchased for $5 a ticket. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact... 

Boot camp gets students sweating

Rachel Creagan Staff Writer University of La Verne students practiced a healthy start to the year by participating in Fresh Start Fitness, a workout boot camp that took place Jan. 31 in the Campus Center Ballroom. The event was set up through the Campus Activities Board as part of a welcome back week. Open to all fitness levels, the boot camp featured three 30-minute workout sessions of cardio-cross... 

Club fair kicks off spring semester

Lauren Creiman Staff Writer As part of a week of activities planned to kick off the spring semester, the University of La Verne hosted a club fair Feb. 2. The club fair took place in the Campus Center Ballroom from and offered students an opportunity to learn about the various clubs on campus while enjoying free food, gifts and music. “All of the club booths really opened my eyes to the number of... 

Comedy show welcomes students back to campus

Alexa Palacios Staff Writer Comedians Mal Hall and Jonny Loquasto were the bearers of jokes, performing in front of about 100 La Verne students last Tuesday for the first comedy show of the year. The event was held in the Campus Center Ballroom and coordinated by Campus Activities Board Comedy Chair Ally Schultz. “I went to NACA, a conference we go to for CAB and there were a bunch of performers... 

Students welcomed back with concert

Sara Montgomery Staff Writer To end the first week of classes for the spring semester, the Campus Activi­ties Board treated University of La Verne students to a We Shot the Moon concert. The concert was the final event of the “Welcome Back” week. “I think it was a great way to close out the week’s events, and it got people excited for the first weekend of the semester. It also helped people... 

Intramural soccer tourney kicks into high gear

Megan Sebestyen Staff Writer Inside the Athletics Pavilion, soccer is played a little differently. Teams play with seven players, there are no registration fees, each team has at least two girls and all students and players from all ability levels are welcome. This is the sport of intramural soccer, a two-week tournament for the student body to enjoy put on by the Campus Activities Board. “I think... 
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300 ‘Deathly Hallows’ tickets offered

Christina Collins Burton Staff Writer Beginning Monday the Campus Activities Board and Associated Students of the University of La Verne will be giving out free tickets to the midnight showing of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” that comes out on Nov. 19. The two organizations split the cost of renting out an auditorium at AMC Covina. “Deathly Hallows” is the first of two movies... 

Dan Sperry startles ULV students

Dan Sperry startles ULV students
Magician Dan Sperry and audience assistant Michelle Bedolla, a student at La Verne, started the show with a shocking and dark performance of magic. Sperry, a finalist on the “America’s Got Talent” television show, defied reality in front of a full house at the Campus Center on Monday as part of the University’s Halloweek events during the week leading up to Halloween. / photo by Scott Mirmanian Carly... 

Students give hope to sick children

Students give hope to sick children
Freshman business administration major Christopher Pulu volunteered to make bracelets on Monday for CAB’s “Bracelet Making for Children with Down Syndrome.” Each bracelet was made with letter beads, creating encouraging words, such as laugh, life and faith. CAB invited volunteers to the philanthropic event outside the Campus Center. Blue and yellow ribbon pins were handed out at the event to... 
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