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Fashion show highlights collection

Lights, music, dancers and fashion. No, it is not a night club-it was "Delusions of Grandeur," a fashion show presented by sophomore Jamie Bigornia and junior Ivan Matsumoto.

No room on La Verne’s wall

How do you characterize a typical La Verne student? You cannot—at least not by ethnicity.

Debate over wall alters mural project

Seniors Yasuyuki Nagasawa and Lisa Scott had planned on painting the 10- by 40-foot multicultural mural shown above on the new greenhouse wall as part of an independent study project. The wall, located across from Dailey Theatre, had been rebuilt this semester after drainage problems were found. A mural of a skyscape that was used as a meditative location for theater actors was torn down with it.

‘Medea’ unmasks human conscience

A modern-day Greek tragedy dealing with human nature and the conflict between emotion and reason is the focus of "Medea," this spring’s theatre production, which opens next week.

One-acts mix humor with social commentary

Unconventional, avant-garde and original describe the student directing productions to be presented by ULV’s Theatre Department.

‘Fool’ presents slice of life

University of La Verne senior James D. Tittle is directing “Fool for Love,” which runs Feb. 23, 24 and 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Cabaret Theatre. For his senior project, Tittle, a theatre major, chose to direct and produce the one act play by Sam Shepard.

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