Planet La Verne hosts carnival games, live music and food

Nick Mclean, junior business and theater major, attempts to stay on a mechanical bull at the Planet La Verne event Saturday on the Citrus Lawn. Planet La Verne, hosted by the Campus Activities Board, featured other carnival games, free food and live music from The Nandos. / photo by William Zeus Hardy
Nick Mclean, junior business and theater major, attempts to stay on a mechanical bull at the Planet La Verne event Saturday on the Citrus Lawn. Planet La Verne, hosted by the Campus Activities Board, featured other carnival games, free food and live music from The Nandos. / photo by William Zeus Hardy
Ernando Recendez, lead singer of The Nandos, performs at the Planet La Verne event Saturday on the Citrus Lawn. Planet La Verne, hosted by the Campus Activities Board, featured carnival games and food, giving students an opportunity to wind down. / photo by William Zeus Hardy
Ernando Recendez, lead singer of The Nandos, performs at the Planet La Verne event Saturday on the Citrus Lawn. Planet La Verne, hosted by the Campus Activities Board, featured carnival games and food, giving students an opportunity to wind down. / photo by William Zeus Hardy
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William Zeus Hardy, a senior photography major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times. His work can also be found at williamhardy.mypixieset.com.

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