Students toast Homecoming royalty
Junior Teresa Crum and sophomore Bianca Rivera wait with the rest of the crowd for the announcement of the Homecoming Court, Monday at Mainiero Square. Celebratory snacks of apple cider and cake pops were offered to those who showed their support to the princes and princesses. Homecoming king and queen 2014 will be... 
Russell R. Silva Staff Writer Builders, contractor, city officials and dozens of other community members showed up Saturday to celebrate the most recent Foothill Gold Line track extension to Azusa. The light rail will be available for commuters from Azusa in October 2015. City representatives said that more than... 
A female student who was allegedly assaulted on campus has recanted her allegations, according to a Student Info email sent to students and faculty Wednesday night. The alleged assault occurred early Tuesday morning, while she was walking to her car. The student had reported that four unidentified men followed her... 
If your reaction to Amanda Bynes’ mental breakdown was to laugh, but your reaction to Robin Williams’ suicide was to cry — you’re a hypocrite. The stigmas associated with mental illness are still strong and the misunderstanding of mental illness is even worse — something that is very easy to see in the pop... 
Race relations discussed in Ferguson context
Matthew Witt, professor of public administration, discusses the book “Rise of the Warrior Cop” during the third discussion of the series “Ferguson: A Call for Understanding and Action” at the College of Law Oct. 16. Also included in the panel was Stanley Skipworth, senior director of campus safety and transportation,... 
University prepares for next shake
Victor Gomez, customer service team lead for The Gas Company explains to University Advance­ment Office Manager Renee Heckenlaible when or when not to shut off your gas line at home in an emergency. University Evacuation Team Leaders attended the Great California Shake Out in the Campus Center Oct. 16. Gomez demonstrated... 
Powder Puff ignites sorority rivalry
Senior child development major Chanellei Flores scurries past senior kinesiology major Krystal Gutierrez in CAB and RHA’s Power Puff Girls Powder Puff Game Tuesday. Flores led the Sigma Kappa team to a victory over team Coalition, 26-12. / photo by Julian Mininsohn Gabriella Chikhani Staff Writer Four shirtless... 
Hal Hargrave Staff Writer The Inland Valley Humane Society and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals brought love to the month of October with its Adoptoberfest event, which is providing families in the area an opportunity to adopt animals for free. Local assembly members Chris Holden, of Pasadena;... 
Men finish 7th in Multi-Dual; women place 8th
Sophomore runner Tanner Long leads the Leopards before the eight kilometer run at the first Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Multi-Dual meet Friday at La Mirada Park. The men’s cross country team finished seventh of nine teams at the meet, behind the winning Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens. The women’s... 
Exercise improves kids’ behavior
Associate Professor of Kinesiology Brian Clocksin speaks to students and faculty about his work empowering adolescents, during his lecture Monday in the President’s Dining Room. Clocksin, with students in his FLEX class, conducted research at Roynon Elementary School, which involved teaching children how to play... 
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