Teens tour La Verne

University of La Verne students Ashle Huizar and Faby Montano warn students from Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga about the curse of stepping on the school seal on their tour of ULV on Wednesday. The students are part of the Youth Mentoring Action Network, a non-profit organization that works with minority high school students to enable smooth transitions to college. / photo by Cameron Barr
University of La Verne students Ashle Huizar and Faby Montano warn students from Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga about the curse of stepping on the school seal on their tour of ULV on Wednesday. The students are part of the Youth Mentoring Action Network, a non-profit organization that works with minority high school students to enable smooth transitions to college. / photo by Cameron Barr
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