Beth Pietrzak, University of La Verne theater manager and alumna, announced her mid-fall semester resignation and accompanying acceptance of a position as technical director at Cal State Los Angeles.
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The ULV campus remains a supportive, forward-thinking community. Since some struggle with many issues revolving around sexuality, the Rainbow Alliance has decided to incorporate this notion in its celebration of National Coming Out Day, Oct. 11.
Poets gathered for an afternoon of celebrating the seasons through poetry in Leo’s Den to mark the beginning of poetry month on May 1.
Sword fighting, ghosts, revenge, love and suspense are what can be expected from the production of “Hamlet” taking place this weekend and next in the Dailey Theatre. “Hamlet” is theater major Sam Guzik’s acting senior project.
Antigone has a new face: senior Ashley Miguel.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 19, 2007.
The Cabaret Theatre came alive with professors and students who shared their creativity through poems, short stories and prose, at the first of the fall’s Voice in Action readings and open mic Monday night.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Sept. 22, 2006.
The Cabaret Theatre was filled with about 50 people Tuesday night to see the screening of “Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price,” a documentary which further exposes the negative attributes associated with Wal-Mart stores.
While most of the school cheered on the football team at the Homecoming game, students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered to perform and view excerpts of their most recent work.