Arts, Etc.

Amish revealed in photo exhibit

In an era when progress and change design every day culture Susan Einstein presents a quieter image of 90s life through black and white photography.

Dibbell takes unique spin on Shakespeare

A Hollywood musical theme aiming at the 1930s and 40s is what ULV’s Department of Theatre Arts was hoping for when it staged the performance of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.

Gingrich dedicates life to music

Snuggled in the basement of Founders Hall is a small room where senior Joel Gingrich spends a lot of his time. In this room lies an electronic keyboard and a computer where he composes most of his music.

‘Elijah’ arrives

After nearly a year in the making, the University of La Verne Music Department presented Elijah Saturday night at the La Verne Church of the Brethren.

Don’t blame Power Rangers

Dragonzord, Megazord, Thun­der­zord, and now the new Shuttlezord, are what children in over 30 countries identify as being the robotic alter egos of the Power Rangers. Well, make that 29 countries. After a ruling instituted last week by the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, children in Canada have been turned off and tuned out to the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers television series.

Scott explores culture through art

Mixing her desire to help others with her talents as an artist, senior art major Lisa Scott has helped create new programs in the community by implementing art and culture.

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