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Writers Archives: Adrianna Gardner
Guerilla Union, established in 2000, was formed to create artistic outlet during an “urban movement” in entertainment. Its concert showcased the cutting-edge in skateboarding, snowboarding and music, offering an experience that united music lovers and bands for the most unique festival around.
I don’t remember my high school graduation. When I recall the day I received my diploma, I picture the procession from the borrowed gym of our rival school, white, wood seats, June sun and I picture myself listening to life, as seen through the impeccable eyes of Dr. Seuss.
With the holidays fast approaching, students find their way back home by accessing travel sites for cheap fare rates.
By the time this issue hits stands, I will have had my 20th birthday. However, with the mark of completing young adulthood, I feel I have reverted back to my second childhood.
Say, can you see? Since music is the soundtrack to most of our lives, and is a universal medium with which we express our ideas and opinions, I bid to all a personal favorite: Jill Scott, whose recent album “Beautifully Human” has a song titled “My Petition,” a unique perspective on our government.
About a dozen Claremont community members, peace activists and teachers joined the Peace with Justice Center of the Pomona Valley to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Sept. 17, 2004.
“Stand up,” the professor exclaimed, “State your name, major and why you decided to attend La Verne.”
La Verne resident and former student Cynthia Matthews will challenge incumbent Rep. David Dreier to represent the local 26th Congressional District, which includes La Verne, in the November general election.