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Dailey presents one acts

A One Act Play series, featuring plays by Sam Shepard, Tennessee Williams, August Strindberg and Edna St. Vincent Millay will be hosted by the University of La Verne Dailey Theatre.

“Icarus’ Mother”, directed by Melle Richardson and “The Long Goodbye,” directed by Dennis Keeley, will be performed on the mainstage, March 18 and 20. “Coram Populo,” directed by Mark Pietrzak, and “Aria da Capo,” directed by Alice Gasparian, will be performed in the Cabaret, March 19 and 21.

All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free, with an optional donation “being appreciated.”

Spanish music performed

A recital of Spanish Music will be presented by the Music Department, noon, Tuesday, March 19, in Founders Auditorium. Guest artists Lorraine Baeza, soprano, and Paul Romero, pianist, will perform music by Paul Romero, Granados, Ginastera and Nin.

Publication accepts artwork

La Verne’s Latino Community Magazine, “La Vernacula,” is accepting submissions for the special centennial edition. Entries may be poetry, essay (English or Spanish), art, photography, etc. Submit work to Dr. Andrea Labinger, associate professor of Spanish, Adelaida Bautista or Oscar Sanchez. Deadline is 5 p.m., March 22, in Dr. Labinger’s Miller Hall office.

Earth Day plans starting

Individuals interested in planning this spring’s Earth Day, are invited to contact the A.S.F office at (714) 596- 8257 or ext. 4677.

Bullwinkle’s night coming

An intramural night at Bullwinkle’s is planned for Tuesday evening, March 19, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. For $3, participants will have unlimited use of the bumper boats, miniature golf and batting cages. Sign-ups are being taken at the Student Center desk by 5 p.m March 18.

—Gina Brown

Gina Brown, Editor in Chief
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