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Ruslan’s poetry inspires, entertains

Ruslan’s poetry inspires, entertains
Hip hop artist Ruslan Karaoglanovn creates hip hop music to motivate and entertain his audience. CAB and the Cypher Circle presented the performance of Ruslan’s poetry and rap in the Campus Center Monday. / photo by Kelley Maggiulli Karla Rendon Staff Writer San Diego-based artist Ruslan Karaoglanov captivated students on Monday with his fun raps and charismatic stage presence. Performing at the... 

Harlem Shake makes for cheesy ad

Harlem Shake makes for cheesy ad
Editorial Cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff Only one month since its release and the Harlem Shake meme has gone viral; it wasn’t long before the University of La Verne joined the craze with producing its own version. The Harlem Shake was originally a dance that started in Harlem in 1981 and has evolved into a meme of random flailing confused for dancing. The Campus Activities Board promoted its La Verne... 

CAB brings ‘A Night in Bollywood’

CAB brings ‘A Night in Bollywood’
Anthony Kissinger, senior business administration major, and his date, Sabrina Ruiz, sophomore radio broadcasting major, share a dance to start off the night at the annual winter formal. The Campus Activities Board hosted the formal at the Padua Hills Theatre in Claremont on Friday with the theme, “A Night in Bollywood.” / photo by Ryan Gann Karla Rendon Staff Writer Indian ambience was in the... 

Intramurals end with a nail-biter

Intramurals end with a nail-biter
Senior business major Spencer Contreras and junior criminology major Ziggy Azarcon team up to lead their Phi Delta Theta team to a victory on the second night of the four day volleyball tournament, Feb. 27. Phi Delta Theta went on to the finals and eventually lost to the Monstarz. / photo by Stephanie Ball Kristina Bugante Staff Writer The Monstarz defeated Phi Delta Theta in the Campus Activities... 

Magician steals more than show

Magician steals more than show
At CAB’s event on Tuesday sophomore criminology and psychology major Juan Mejia-Simental is pickpocketed by magician Ben Seidman on stage in the Morgan Auditorium. Seidman has been practicing magic since age 6 and grew up in Milwaukee, where he attended the University of Wisconsin. He finished his senior year at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, to study with other magicians. / photo by Stephanie... 

Intramurals are big hit for La Verne students

Erica Maurice Staff Writer Half a dozen volleyballs flew across the gym as eight teams warmed up for the Campus Activities Board’s intramural volleyball tournament. “The cool thing about intramurals is that anyone can make a team and play,” said intramural chair and senior public relations major Anthony Juarez. Only four of these teams will move on to the finals of the intramural volleyball game... 

Snow day at La Verne

Snow day at La Verne
Senior business management major Fernando Almejo sleds down a snow hill in Sneaky Park Tuesday while trying to avoid the snowballs being hurled at him by fellow students on the way down. It was a balmy 69 degrees for the snow day, which was brought to campus as part of an event organized by the Campus Activities Board. / photo by Mitchell Aleman  Read More →

LV takes on women’s issue for V-Day

Alison Rodriguez Staff Writer Hundreds of students flocked to Sneaky Park on Valentine’s Day for CAB’s big “1 Billion Hearts” event. The event was a collaboration by CAB, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and the Office of Multicultural Services in order to make a fun way to celebrate Valentine’s Day for the students, but also raise awareness of violence against women. The event coincided with the international... 

Nostalgic and new games featured

Nostalgic and new games featured
Senior Victoria Moreno and Edgar Gomez, junior Spanish major, battle it out in “Street Fighter” on Playstation 3 in the “Thrills on Wheels” video game truck Feb. 13. Thrills on Wheels is a gamer’s dream filled with arcade games and equipped with a couch, a Wii U, Playstation 3 and Xbox. The bus was parked at Sneaky Park and was open to any student who wanted to come in. /photo by Nicole Ambrose Candice... 
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Mentalist leaves students stunned

Mentalist leaves students stunned
To close “welcome back week:” festivities, mentalist Sean Bott performed in the Campus Center ballroom Feb. 7. His numerous acts left the audience mystified. Sophomores Caiti Helsper and Kayla Hockman were asked to come to the stage and pick a page in the book Bott was holding. As they decided on the page and memorized the number, he closed the book then opened it again and had them look for... 
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