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Students pay less for plays

Students are aware that college life is expensive. Academics and hectic schedules keep students busy. But when a well-deserved break is needed for entertainment, it is not necessary to overspend to have a good time.

Kansas native is on a path to stardom

The University of La Verne concert choir was practicing “Elijah Rock” for its concerts on April 15 and 16, when Associate Professor of Music Scott Farthing frowned at the sopranos and, motioning them to stop, said they were not giving it their all.

Gratz and company share their gift

The Reed Gratz Band performed Friday night at the University of La Verne’s Founders Auditorium and proved that music has a language of its own.

Music students plan a fraternity

With roughly 30 majors and minors in the department, students and faculty of the music department plan to establish a chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, a national music fraternity, at the University of La Verne to promote music awareness and education.

University choirs take the music outdoors

After finishing a five-day, 5,000-mile concert tour, the University of La Verne choirs gave an astounding performance Wednesday afternoon in the Quad as part of the lunch-time Music on the Quad series.

Music department gets amped, wired

The University of La Verne music department is going high tech with the development of the music library and lab.

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