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Ranting comedy alienates students

Veronica Orozco Staff Writer The Campus Activities Board brought laughter to La Verne once again Wednesday night by inviting comedians David Liu and Taylor Williamson to share the stage just a month after comedian Amy Anderson made an appearance. The night started off with opening act David Liu warming up the crowd. Liu, who currently works at The Comedy Store and performs at locations all over Los... 

Commuter fair draws in a crowd

Commuter fair draws in a crowd
Sophomore Madisyn Grace, a speech communication and psychology major, takes advantage of the free cotton candy provided by the Campus Activities Board during Commuter Day in Davenport Dining Hall on April 12. The CAB event provided free food for commuter students all day at different locations on campus, which included a club fair hosted in Davenport. / photo by Scott Mirimanian Mariela Patron Staff... 

Event gets rave reviews

Karo Chakhlasyan Staff Writer The rhythm of DJ beats and poets’ words heard at the Campus Activities Board’s rave provided Leopards and poets from 40 different colleges a place to cut loose Wednesday night in the Campus Center Ballroom. The Campus Center and CAB came together to create the rave, after associate director of the Campus Center, Jim Brooks, contacted CAB advisor Angie Anderson. “He... 

CAB giveaway goes swimmingly

CAB giveaway goes swimmingly
Anthony Juarez, a sophomore communications major and member of the Campus Activities Board, collects fish from Nicole Rodriguez, freshman art major, and Estrellita Guzman, freshman biology major, at CAB’s Adopt-A-Fish event on Tuesday in front of Barbara’s Place. Students were allowed to choose a bowl, catch a fish and select some decorations for their new pet. CAB filled the fishbowls with bottled... 
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Religious celebration combines spring holidays

Religious celebration combines spring holidays
Cindy Vallejo, a senior communications major, and Andrea Montoya, a sophomore communications major, enjoyed their lunch at the Campus Activities Board’s Passover and Easter event, which took place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 5 at the University Mall. Students dined on honey-baked ham, rice and salad as they learned about Christian and Jewish culture and history. / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Danielle... 

Colorful culture attracts students

Colorful culture attracts students
Andrea Sotosainz, senior anthropology and Spanish major, and Aksheta Verma, sophomore athletic training major, design henna tattoos at the Holi Festival of Color event on March 29 in Sneaky Park. The festival was planned by the Indian Culture Association and CAB to raise awareness of Indian culture and celebrate the beginning of spring. / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Danielle Navarro Staff Writer Indian... 

Comic pokes fun at ethnic stereotypes

Comic pokes fun at ethnic stereotypes
Amy Anderson performed her stand up comedy routine on Tuesday night in Morgan Auditorium. During her performance, Anderson joked about racial stereotypes, motherhood and growing up as an adopted child with Swedish parents in Minnesota. She has been featured on Comedy Central, GSN, VH1, Showtime and “The Tom Joyner Show.” / photo by Debora Escobar Veronica Orozco Staff Writer On Tuesday night... 

Drunken driving discussed

Drunken driving discussed
Freshman Cindy Ontiveros and junior Ashley Cole enjoy non-alcoholic piña colada drinks in the “Safe Not Sloshed” event in the Campus Center Ballroom on March 28. The event was sponsored by the Campus Activities Board and Iota Delta Sorority. Students were invited to participate in activities without alcohol and were encouraged to sign pledges to not drink and drive. / photo by Candice Salazar Valerie... 

Rocking out to the luck o’ the Irish

Rocking out to the luck o' the Irish
Michael Kelly of the Celtic folk band Sligo Rags performed Monday during the St. Patrick’s Day celebration in Davenport Dining Hall. Shepard’s pie and corned beef, as well as lime green Jell-o and other desserts, were served as students ate lunch to the music of Sligo Rags, which was named one of the best acoustic bands in Los Angeles by Folkworks Magazine. / photo by Scott Mirimanian Valerie Dominguez Staff... 

On the Calendar

“Resumaniac” Resume Review From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, Career Services on the second floor of the Campus Center will be offering free resume reviews in preparation for the Virtual Career Fair. Resumes will be reviewed by various employers and career counselors. For more information contact Career Services at 909-593-3511, ext. 4054. Comedian Amy Anderson Catch some laughs at... 
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