Arts, Etc.

Lair of spider woman nets visitors

Despite problems in launching the Haunted House, it has proven to be a success, bringing a couple of minutes of fear to those who dare go through the one-way maze.

Jazz ensemble prepares for concert

Members of the ULV Jazz Ensemble Raul Sandoval on drums, Jarrett Brown on alto and tenor sax and Alex Martinez on bass, rehearse for their upcoming concert, which will be held in Founders Auditorium on Feb. 25 at 7:30.

‘Tuesdays’ opens eyes

Tuesday nights should no longer be spent wandering aimlessly from yogurt stations to movie theaters for ULV students.

Nagasawa driven by artistic passion

Yasuyuki Nagasawa, known simply as Yasu in the University of La Verne community, plans on graduating this spring. After three years at ULV, the senior art major will finally get his degree.

Two students, one love for stage

Freshmen Nichole Mhoon and S. Baker Eatmon agree on many things. They both prefer the stage in Founders Auditorium to the one in Dailey Theatre. They love the art of pantomime. And, rich or poor, they plan to be involved in theater for the rest of their lives.

Prism takes on new look, outlook

Seventeen years ago, the Associated Student Forum published the first issue of Prism, the literary magazine of the University of La Verne. Prisms, as it was then called, contained typewritten pages of poetry and prose. Today the contents of Prism, now published by the English and foreign language departments, remain much the same. The editorial board, however, hopes to change not only the look but the reputation of the magazine.

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