University of La Verne celebrates commuters

Sophomore communications majors Lexi Giacobbe, Tati Foor and Sabin Gabra, sophomore photography major Rylee Fournier and sophomore biology major Trevor Tedesco decorate rubber ducks at the Lucky Trails Commuter Day event March 14 in the Quad. Commuter students received Campus Activities Board sweatpants and sweatshirts, funnel cake and decorated rubber ducks. / photo by Jack Janes
Sophomore communications majors Lexi Giacobbe, Tati Foor and Sabin Gabra, sophomore photography major Rylee Fournier and sophomore biology major Trevor Tedesco decorate rubber ducks at the Lucky Trails Commuter Day event March 14 in the Quad. Commuter students received Campus Activities Board sweatpants and sweatshirts, funnel cake and decorated rubber ducks. / photo by Jack Janes

Jack Janes, a senior journalism major, is sports editor of the Campus Times and a staff writer for La Verne Magazine. He is also a staff photographer for both publications. He previously served as a Campus Times staff writer.

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