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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... 

Garcia leaves La Verne laughing

Garcia leaves La Verne laughing
Comedian Dillon Garcia performs on the first day of spring semester, Feb. 4 to kick off Welcome Back Week. The Campus Activities Board hosted events every night Monday through Thursday in the Campus Center ballroom. Erica Maurice Staff Writer “Welcome back week” began with a laugh as crowds of students gathered in the Campus Center Ballroom to watch comedian Dillon Garcia. The show was hosted by... 

Painting for a change

Painting for a change
To celebrate students’ participation in the recent elections, Greek life came together to host a lunch in Sneaky Park. There was a hamburger lunch, a live band named Third Degree Blues, free ice cream trucks, voting-themed stickers and pins, and a painting station. The painting station included canvases available to be painted by students in order to be hung for display on Veterans Day. Spencer Contreras,... 

CAB fair brings ULV tricks, treats

CAB fair brings ULV tricks, treats
The Campus Activities Board sponsored Fright Night on Tuesday. The event included two Terror Trucks with mazes and a Dos Chinos Mexican-Asian food truck. The food truck served a choice of tacos, burritos, bowls and fries with an Asian twist. Their burritos were voted one of the top 10 burritos by OC Weekly. With festive music in the background, Halloween booths set up by student clubs provided activities... 

CAB drives Halloween spirit

CAB drives Halloween spirit
To get students in the Halloween Spirit the Campus Activities Board hosted an event Tuesday at the Quad, where students can build their own haunted house out of graham crackers and frosting. Students also sent “boo grams” to anyone living on campus. Pablo Garnica, junior psychology major sent a boo gram. Anthony Juarez, Caiti Helsper, Carina Gonzalez, and Cindy Vallejo are the cabbies that helped... 
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Student royalty gathers for soiree

Student royalty gathers for soiree
The Campus Activities Board hosted a Romeo and Juliet Masquerade Ball Oct. 18. Homecoming princess Jessica Gerard and prince Garry Hedlund ended the evening dancing on the patio of the Hanawalt House. / photo by Ryan Gann Danielle Hunt Staff Writer The Campus Activities Board’s Romeo and Juliet’s Masquerade Ball last Thursday gave the Hanawalt House a romantic feel with dimly lit lights and masks... 

Homecoming starts with a bang

Homecoming starts with a bang
Senior math major Maggie Moreno loses a jousting match to senior social science major Jessica Gerard in the Quad on Tuesday. To kick off the voting for the Homecoming king and queen, the Campus Activity Board handed out Homecoming T-shirts to students who voted and offered activities including an inflatable rock climbing wall, decorating cardboard crowns and jousting. / photo by Ryan Gann  Read More →

Maverick hypnotizes with laughter

Maverick hypnotizes with laughter
Hypnotist Mark Maverick found his way to the University of La Verne for one of the events sponsored by the Campus Activities Board. Freshman Paul Clark, freshman Ashlyn Cross, freshman Andrew Perotti, freshman Destinee Sales and sophomore Eldric Rabago were among the 14 students that were hypnotized. At one point during the event, the hypnotized students were told to imagine an animal that scared them... 

ASULV stipend helps new clubs get started

Christian Orozco Sports Editor Just five weeks into the fall 2012 semester, the campus community has already seen the birth of more than eight student organizations this year, from the Pre-Law Club, to Hillel to the Karaoke  Club. “With the booming number of undergraduate students we have offered a $200 stipend for new clubs to help them get started,” Andrea Naccache, vice president of finance... 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, I read your editorial about ASULV not doing their job as leaders at the university (“ASULV not providing leadership,” Sept. 21). May I say that you are sadly mistaken. Yes, I see that people might first think that ASULV and CAB are similar, but that is not the case. Being part of the Office of Student Life for the last two years, ASULV has provided more than, a free meal and a free... 
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