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Poetry club recruits inspired writers

Poetry club recruits inspired writers
The new Poetry Club held its first meeting Nov. 15. Club members Myron Woods, Miguel Martinez, Andrea Guerra, Shannon Garcia, president Eric Espinoza and adviser John Bartlet discussed plans and ideas for club activities, including a poetry slam and promoting the club. / photo by Danielle Navarro Christina Collins Burton Managing Editor The beauty of the written word is being recognized with the establishment... 

Art Collective serves as creative outlet

Art Collective serves as creative outlet
Junior organizational management major Sean Kelly, senior movement and sports science major DeAntwann Johnson and senior speech communications major Connor Eckert share their creativity through painting their partners’ eyes in the Art Collective. / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Grace Casale Staff Writer The Art Collective is a new group for students who are into the arts, but might have majors in... 

Diwali highlights Indian culture

From Staff Reports The newly formed Indian Cultural Association turned the Campus Center ballroom into a heavenly place of light as members celebrated Diwali, on Tuesday. “Many people have Diwali parties around this time and it makes sense to celebrate as a school and a club so we can show we are active,” Aksheta Verma, president of the ICA said. “Since there are very few Indian students, this... 

Indian club hopes to share culture

Veronica Rodriguez Staff Writer Amanda Nieto LV Life Editor Aksheta Verma, a sophomore education major, has started a new Indian Cultural Association club, with the hope of bringing together Indian students and sharing Indian culture with the La Verne community. A freshman, Verma was inspired to take action when she found she didn’t have a cultural club she identified with. “The more people I ask,... 

Give diversity groups a chance

Give diversity groups a chance
Editorial cartoon by Anthony Juarez When applying to La Verne, students read and hear about how diverse the University of La Verne is. With eight established cultural groups on campus, and still more being suggested and created, you would think it would be easy to live up to this claim. However, the focus once you attend La Verne seems to shift in an odd way. Instead of the integral involvement of... 

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... 

Karaoke club set to take the stage

Tennille Wright Staff Writer The Lip Sync and Karaoke Club is the newest club to hit the campus and they are calling all karaoke junkies to come participate. The club is for everyone no matter how well they sing. The only prerequisite is the ability to let loose and know how to have an awesome time, no vocal coaches required. “We want to meet once a month, starting in December,” Daniel Sillas,... 

ULV chess club establishes itself

Christina Collins Burton Staff Writer The battlefield of strategy, tactics and sacrifice where titans fight for victory is now going to be available to the students of the University of La Verne through a game of chess. “Our first meeting was excellent. We had about seven people show up,” Jordan Rio, the club’s president, said. “Everyone played chess and we were able to see what level everyone... 

Group brings religion to busy ULV students

Nolasco Pesina Staff Writer Even with the busy schedule of a college student, with help from Christ’s X Factor – a Christian religious group on campus – students who are interested in maintaining their Christian connections may do so. “Our mission statement is to inspire fellow La Verne students and the community to live purpose driven lives through the gospel of Jesus Christ,” Tiffany Spears,... 

First Generation group assists new students

Christina Collins Burton Staff Writer Alysia Arriola, freshmen biology major, has attended all the meetings of the new First Generation Club on campus. She has had the opportunity to connect with her mentor through e-mail as the first generation program moves forward with its matching. This year, the program has undergone some major changes in order to offer a wide range of topics for students to gain... 
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