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ALS Walk tops $100k in donations

Kat Simonelli Assistant Editor The University of La Verne hosted the annual Walk to Defeat ALS with an estimated 1,200 walkers Sunday. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, is a debilitative disease that causes muscle weakness and the gradual loss of motor skills over several years. “It’s a very tough disease, you lose your motor skills and it hits you so quick and there’s no recovery so once... 

Greeks talk respect at conference

Greeks talk respect at conference
Christopher Braunstein presents “Follow the Yellow Brick Road” for the Greek Conference Saturday in the Campus Center. Braunstein is the key national adviser for the California Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and president of the Alumni Advisory Board for the University. Braunstein welcomed potential members into La Verne’s Greek community. / photo By Uyen Bui Jolene Nacapuy Staff Writer Members... 

Leopards twerk upon a star at CAB club fair

Michael Saakyan Staff Writer The Campus Activity Board brought the Magical World of Disney to La Verne’s Club Fair on Aug. 28 as part of welcome week for new students. The club fair lasted from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and provided free food for all students and commuters from Davenport Dining Hall. “The club fair is very beneficial to not only new students but current ones as well because they can... 

Students find fun in philanthropy

Students find fun in philanthropy
Members of Phi Delta Theta – sophomore biology major Wesley Lam and senior e-commerce major Dylan Malloy – spend their half hour shift on the teeter-totter goofing off, singing and doing tricks at their ALS event Tuesday. Fraternity members raised money by collecting donations, selling tickets for their Zumbathon, and selling items at their various events. / photo by Stephanie Ball Alison Rodriguez Staff... 

Sigma Kappa emerges victorious in Greek Perfect

Sigma Kappa emerges victorious in Greek Perfect
Members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity serenade the organization’s president, Michael Wahba, as part of their routine for Wednesday’s Greek Perfect event. Phi Delta Theta took third place. The winning routine – judged by Bon Appétit staff members Rebecca Farraj, Shanon Levine, and Justin Alarcon – was performed by the Sigma Kappa sorority. / photo by Christopher Mora Veronica Orozco LV... 

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... 

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,... 

Phi Delta Theta wins basketball tourney

Phi Delta Theta wins basketball tourney
Michael Stewart of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon team defends the basket against Jake Vieth of the Phi Delta Theta team on the third night of intramural basketball Monday. Vieth made the shot. Phi Delta Theta won this game and, ultimately, the tournament. / photo by Jessica Harsen Veronica Orozco News Editor Tuesday night marked the end of a two-week battle for the Campus Activities Board’s intramural... 

Greeks help each other’s causes

Greeks help each other's causes
Sean Case, a junior history major and member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity, sets up a cystic fibrosis awareness campaign on behalf of Iota Delta sorority at the Greek Philanthropy Challenge on May 1 in Sneaky Park. The sororities and fraternities set up booths to help raise awareness of each other’s causes. Alpha Omicron Pi represented ALS on behalf of Phi Delta Theta, Iota Delta represented... 

Students lend hearts to Honduras

Students lend hearts to Honduras
John Leggett and Fabian Barreto are planning a trip to Honduras with Hearts for Honduras. To make this happen, they are hosting a booth and seeking donations in the Campus Center. Leggett, the president of Phi Delta Theta, hopes to travel with Barreto this May to build housing for homeless families, and to immerse themselves in Honduran culture. / photo by Mitchell Aleman Shelby Nelson Staff Writer With... 
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