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Copa America Centenario will be the biggest men’s soccer tournament hosted by the United States since the 1994 World Cup, which still holds the attendance record of 3,587,538 and an average of 68,991 per game.
An initial motion to remove current Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff from office has been voted and approved April 17 by the country’s legislators with 367 voting for and 137 against impeachment.
A small but festive crowd enjoyed a night of Brazilian culture with Patty Ascher and the Marco Pontes Trio, who graced the Morgan Auditorium stage with the smooth sounds and vibrant beats of jazz and samba.
Three women from Brazil, who are currently students at the University of La Verne, shared their American experience with the La Verne community on Monday.
Founders Hall echoes with the sounds of an exotic romance language on Tuesday nights. This buzz is fueled by a new class, Conversational Brazilian Portuguese, now open to students and staff here at the University of La Verne.
Campus news for the week of April 18, 2008.
University of La Verne students frequently take advantage of the opportunity to study abroad. And the University has also become a home-away-from-home to many exchange students as well.
Let’s face it–we’re addicted. America’s drug of choice is oil, and we’re all paying for it.
“This is a Brazilian ass shaker right here,” Kevin Federline tells MTV as he sits in a studio with his greasy hair pulled back into a ponytail and gigantic diamond earrings dangling from his ears.