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Big Apple shines bright over City of Angels

When you think of a dirty scummy city with unthinkable crimes and prostitution, what city comes to mind?

Olvera Street: Mexican marketplace offers culture, history

Nestled comfortably between Little Tokyo and Chinatown, there is a street which celebrates the Latino culture not just on Cinco de Mayo, but 365 days a year.

Inexpensive excursions found close to home

Most college students live for the weekend, a chance to rest and take a break from the frustrations of notes, lectures and homework. Students at the University of La Verne are no different, they yearn to be free, but at the same time they don't want to spend a lot of money on their adventures. Here is an inexpensive way to spend every minute of a weekend without overextending one's budget.

AIDS Walk LA draws participation

To some people donating money is one way to show support for a worthy cause, but to 22,000 good samaritans and approximately 35 University of La Verne students and faculty, walking 10 kilometers last Sunday in the 11th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles was their way of showing support for those suffering from the disease and aiding in continued research.

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