Solar eclipse comes to La Verne

Angelica Enriquez pops out of the Campus Store to peak at the solar eclipse Monday morning. Solar eclipses can occur from every one to three years, although each one is only visible in certain parts of the world. Southern California only got a partial view of this eclipse, although the totality of the full eclipse spanned several central states of the country. / photo by Sheridan Lambrook
Angelica Enriquez pops out of the Campus Store to peak at the solar eclipse Monday morning. Solar eclipses can occur from every one to three years, although each one is only visible in certain parts of the world. Southern California only got a partial view of this eclipse, although the totality of the full eclipse spanned several central states of the country. / photo by Sheridan Lambrook
Senior criminology major Anya Habeeb uses protective glasses to take a picture of the partial solar eclipse Monday in front of the Campus Store. The full solar eclipse was only visible across several central states and eastern states, but people in Southern California were still able to experience a partial eclipse, which peaked a little after 11 a.m. / photo by Sheridan Lambrook
Senior criminology major Anya Habeeb uses protective glasses to take a picture of the partial solar eclipse Monday in front of the Campus Store. The full solar eclipse was only visible across several central states and eastern states, but people in Southern California were still able to experience a partial eclipse, which peaked a little after 11 a.m. / photo by Sheridan Lambrook

Correction
In the original version of this post, the photo captions were mistakenly swapped and both people were misidentified. The captions are now correct. The Campus Times regrets the error.

Sheridan Lambrook, a senior journalism major with a concentration in visual journalism, is photography editor and a staff writer for the Campus Times.

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