University of La Verne Theater presented “Pains of Youth” on the main stage of the Dailey Theatre April 30 through May 8.
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The sound of music is constantly changing, attracting and even creating new audiences with the change, as well. But what about revolutionizing the sounds of pop, heavy metal, rock, ska and punk? Would the average person who listens to alternative music pay attention if it was all “en Español”?
Looking out on to the softball field at La Verne, it is easy to find a shinning star among players in deep center field and her name is Lindsey Weber.
After being doused more than a dozen times, John Lentz, director of Campus Safety and Transportation, clambers back into the blue seat of doom in the dunk cage Tuesday afternoon.
Nestled within the premises of Pomona’s Antique Row, Grandpa’s Antique Toys and Hobbies store is a key to many childhood memories. The business, which is currently managed by Jeff Levy, is the product of a lifelong hobby.
Although the groundwork is still being completed, George Stone, associate professor of art, presented several slides of his (Los Angeles Station) Metrolink project, which is composed of naturalistic rocks and terrain.
A range of music from the 15th to the 20th centuries was performed last Wednesday in the Chapel by the Lordsburg Trio.
Junior Tom Moese eats, drinks and smokes in handcuffs, preparing for his role as a demented criminal in “Gladiator.”
“Showcase ’98,” co-sponsored by Afrikan-American Student Alliance (AASA) and Who Dat Productions, gathered a house full in Founder’s auditorium last Friday night.
Coming live to the University of La Verne from New York, comedian David J, 26, was sponsored by the Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum to perform at “Club Davenport” on Thursday, March 12.