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Real-world issues inspire performers

Real-world issues inspire performers
Senior computer science major Jacob Bogdanoff throws tofu at the audience in ‘Hellharbor Chronicles,’ a satire on nutrition, written by junior theater major Jordan Klomp and directed by senior theater major Gracie Gilb. Fifteen original plays were performed over the course of four days as final projects for students in the Theatre and Community class, under the supervision of Director of Theatre... 

‘Maine Men’ raises $500

‘Maine Men’ raises $500
Junior Zachary Robertson, from Sigma Alpha Epsilon, does a Latin dance routine with sophomore Sigma Kappa member Kelsi Robinson at Sigma Kappa’s Maine Man pageant April 30 in Morgan Auditorium. After judging and voting, Robertson was crowned as Sigma Kappa’s Maine Man out of twelve contestants, as he demonstrated the sorority’s core values of personal growth, loyalty, friendship and service.... 

ASULV recycles books to reduce illiteracy

ASULV recycles books to reduce illiteracy
Sophomore business administration major Alexis Coria creates her own pledge to take shorter showers for water conservation during the ASULV Better World Books Book Drive on Tuesday. Students were asked to recycle old textbooks and make a pledge to do their part to help the environment. In return for their participation, students received an ASULV reusable bag. / photo Bailey Maguire Sierra Dasher Staff... 

La Verne Idol contestants advance to semifinals

Deonah Cendejas Staff Writer Morgan Auditorium was filled with excitement, applause and talent at Mu Phi Epsilon’s La Verne Idol semifinals on Wednesday. Wesly Tan and Kat Simonelli started off the night with a mash-up of Taylor Swift’s “Style” and “Blank Space.” “I have a lot of fraternity brothers performing,” said senior kinesiology major Mikie Jimenez. “It’s always a fun event... 

Students display spirit at Air Band Battle

Students display spirit at Air Band Battle
Levi Reed, senior music major, lip-syncs “Like A Virgin” by Madonna at the Mu Phi Epsilon Air Band Battle on Tuesday at Morgan Auditorium. Mu Phi Epsilon, the music fraternity, awarded performances for overall first place performance, best presentation, funniest and best team spirit. / photo by Mariela Patron Emily Lau Staff Writer University of La Verne students formed groups to compete against... 

Red, white and Rush Week

Red, white and Rush Week
Phi Delta Theta members Wesly Tan, Albert Khalbourji, Thomas Richetts, Nick Vasquez, Paul Clark, Benjamin Deuson and Daniel Gonzalez work at the fraternity’s booth during Rush Week. Both Phi Delta Theta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon recruited members from Sept. 8-13. The fraternities host different events throughout the week to encourage men to join Greek life. / photo by Megan Peralez  Read More →

Fair mixes new and old traditions

Fair mixes new and old traditions
Children each paid $2 to ride the rainbow inspired Euro Slide at the Los Angeles County Fair on Labor Day. The annual Fairplex event opened last weekend and will remain open until Sept. 28. The fair also opened three new exhibits for the 2014 season. / photo by Michael Saakyan Alyssa Navarro Staff Writer Crowds of people entered the gates of the Pomona Fairplex on Friday to take part in opening day... 

Most students prefer quiet solitude to prepare for finals

Bernarda Carranza Staff Writer With finals week approaching, students were asked what their preferred method of studying was in a recent informal survey. Among the surveyed group of 15 students, eight said they prefer to study by themselves in a quiet environment. Four said they can listen to a medium to low level of music while studying by themselves and three said they do not mind studying by themselves... 

Guitar trio plays jazz extravaganza

Guitar trio plays jazz extravaganza
The jazz trio, The Cat, the Hag, and the Longstreet, performed Nov. 30 in Morgan Auditorium. The band includes Sean Hagstrom, Roberto Catalano and Sean Longstreet. This is their second year playing at the University. The first piece was “The Maze,” from jazz pianist and composer Herbie Hancock’s first solo album, “Taking Off.” / photo by Stephanie Ball Liz Ortiz Staff Writer After several... 

Beauty found beneath ‘Rubble’ of war

Beauty found beneath ‘Rubble’ of war
Dion Johnson, director of University art galleries, tours “Out of Rubble” in the Harris Gallery with Myra Garcia, vice president for advancement, at the reception Tuesday. This photo series, “Repairing Lebanon” by Lenka Clayton, shows ruined buildings from the 2006 conflict with Israel. Clayton had no idea what the buildings looked like before destruction, so she digitally altered them to look... 
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