Natalie Medrano

Natalie Medrano, a junior photography major, is the Fall 2022 photography editor for the Campus Times and a staff photographer for La Verne Magazine.

Rico Nasty performs at Lavernapalooza

As a school year full of exams, stress and homework comes to a close, La Verne students celebrated with one another at the Fox Theater in Pomona with DJ Screwloose, Rubi Rose and headliner Rico Nasty at Lavernapalooza on May 4.

Birders unite monthly at Botanic Gardens

The Pomona Valley Audubon Society hosted the monthly Bird Walk at the California Botanic Garden at 8 a.m. Sunday.  About 45 bird enthusiasts from young children to seniors came out on the cold, cloudy day.

‘Homebound’ student exhibit reflects the personal

“Homebound,” a student photography exhibition curated by Maxwell Sierra, senior photography major, is currently showing at  the Ground Floor Gallery in Miller Hall.

Concert Review: Alex G performs ‘Miracles’ on stage

The concert ended with one of his most popular songs, “Harvey.” Even as people walked out of the doors when the song was over the enthusiasm and excitement part of the crowd were still palpable. 

Bad Suns kick off tour with heat

Bad Suns, an alternative, indie rock band from Woodland Hills did not hold back any heat in their debut glass shattering performance of their latest tour on Monday at the Glass House in Pomona

Indie bands rock out at The Haven

The Haven in Pomona showcased The Jins, All Hollows, and Rivers Ventura – all small bands coming together through their passion for playing indie rock music – on Sunday night before a full house. 

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