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One-act festival launches flights of fancy

Variety proved to be the overall theme at the 2005 University of La Verne Directing Studio One Act Festival. Student and faculty directors, designers and actors participated in the plays, which ranged from physical comedy to intense drama, as well as everything in between.

Letters to the Editor

I am writing to you because I am compelled to voice my concern at the possibility of the elimination of the music scholarship at the University of La Verne.

Letters to the Editor

As a third year theater major I have to completely disagree with last week’s letter from Jacob Leveton regarding the theater department’s place at ULV.

Music class drums a sacred beat

A small crowd of students and faculty gathered in the University of La Verne quad Wednesday and turned their ears to the thick tribal sounds of the University's West African Drum Ensemble.

Lack of funds means fewer tutors

The University’s Learning Enhancement Center is serving more students this year than it has in the past. But it is doing so with a smaller staff of student tutors.

Sound engineer’s life well recorded

Friends and family gathered Wednesday in Founders Auditorium to celebrate the life of Robert D. Mathieson, former sound engineer and valued friend at the University of La Verne. Mr. Mathieson, 51, died on Oct. 7 in his home.

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