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Halloween season brings haunted memories

Grady Lee Thomas Staff Writer For centuries, countless stories of hauntings and sightings of supernatural or ghostly figures have been passed down through various cultures. From London’s infamous Jack the Ripper, whom is said to haunt Westminster Bridge every New Year’s Eve, to the many legends of Paris, the city where studies of the occult and paranormal have been done. And as Halloween approaches,... 

Students honor the La Verne fallen

Students honor the La Verne fallen
Project would revamp war memorials on campus. An oak tree growing in Sneaky Park west of the Wilson Library was planted in memory of Donald F. Gaston and Forrest O. Chappell, soldiers who died during World War I. / photo by Stephanie Arellanes Dan Sayles Sports Editor Two stone memorials sit beneath the oak tree in front of the Wilson Library, amid the dusty soil. Their plaques are suffering from corrosion,... 
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