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WEB tower moved

Kat Simonelli Metro Editor Though the Blue Light project has been an overall success, Capital Planning had to remove the WEB tower in front of Dailey Theatre on Feb. 28 after receiving multiple complaints. The tower was supposed to be in front of the Johnson Family Plaza. After the contractor who installed the tower found there was a sewer line running underneath that area, he decided to move it to... 

Detergent disrupts environment

Detergent disrupts environment
Professor of Biology Jeff Burkhart had maintained a kind of outdoor laboratory, a biotic environment, in the fountain located in the Johnson Family Plaza. On two consecutive days, Sept. 19 and Sept. 20, someone put detergent into the water. Burkhart said that the detergent killed what life was remaining in the fountain. The fountain was used as a resource for the biology department, providing a space... 

Taking a stroll

Taking a stroll
Nimer and Jesse Wheeler, residents of La Verne, take a moment to admire the pond in the Johnson Family Plaza on Wednesday during their walk through the campus. Jesse is a pastor in Rowland Heights who works evenings and spends time with Nimer during the day. / photo by Candice Salazar  Read More →

Rainy day blues

Rainy day blues
Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Jonathan Reed endures the light rain crossing through the Johnson Family Plaza Wednesday. The storm on Wednesday created flooding in La Fetra Lecture Hall, which caused Phi Sigma Sigma, who was hosting a recruitment event in the hall, to be evacuated. No rain is in the forecast for the upcoming week. Reed has held several positions in his 20-year career... 

Settling into a new semester

Settling into a new semester
The University of La Verne has two new residents in the Johnson Family Plaza fountain, but how they got there is a mystery to its admirers. Professor of Biology Jeff Burkhart said that the fountain is a great environment for the red-ear slider turtles to be found. / photo by Scott Mirimanian  Read More →
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