Lindsey Pacela

Lindsey Pacela, a senior journalism and psychology major, has worked as the editor-in-chief of La Verne Magazine and news editor for the Campus Times. She is currently a staff photographer for both publications.

Sex Workers: Stepping Out of the Shadows: Pomona’s open secret: Prostitution unveiled

Pomona is known for a lot, such as its eclectic art galleries, moshing punk shows and multicultural cuisines. It is also known for the fishnets and stilettos that catch the eyes of most when driving down Holt Avenue also known as “The Blade.”

Sex Workers: Stepping Out of the Shadows: From survival to service: The journey of a former sex worker turned advocate

“My own Mama pimped me out,” said Stephanie Sepeda, founder and CEO of Project Resilience and former sex worker.

Sex Workers: Stepping Out of the Shadows: Online sex work and stripping prove safer than prostitution

Online sex work is not only a safer option for the worker but for the consumers as well who can request specialized services from the comfort of their own home, diminishing the threat of violence, sex trafficking, drugs and STDs.

La Verne pours it up at Wine Walk

La Verne hosted its 10th annual La Verne Wine Walk on Saturday. Residents enjoyed rich pours of red and white wines, as well as delicious foods from more than 30 local businesses in downtown La Verne.

Comedians bring laughs to La Verne brewery

Right down the street from the University, at 2125 Wright Ave., The La Verne Brewing Company held a Comedy Night event on Saturday, which was presented by comedian and organizer Blake Bartee. 

Evolution of Italian drawings displayed at Benton

The Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College is showing the exhibition ‘500 years of Italian Drawings’ borrowed from the Princeton University art museum through June 23.

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