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‘Laramie Project’ approaches gay rights issues

Erum Jaffrey Assistant Editor Center stage stood six chairs, all in a circle facing the audience, below a perimeter of transparent screens that outlined the ceiling of the Jane Dibbell Cabaret, projecting images related to each scene. “The Laramie Project,” performed by the theater department, shared a poignant message about a hate crime that happened in the city of Laramie, Wyoming back in 1998. In... 

Sorority kicks off tournament for Alzheimer’s

Sorority kicks off tournament for Alzheimer’s
The men’s soccer team faces off with “Kickin’ It Old School,” a team made up of parents, at Sigma Kappa’s kickball tournament, Saturday. Soccer team member Lorenzo Leyva misses being tagged by the ball, while Mike Holloway, scrambles to catch it. The soccer team beat Kickin’ It Old School 12-3 at end the first round and went on to place second in the tournament overall. / photo by Daniel... 

Happenings

Shakespeare Performance The theater department presents “A Horse: Impro­vised Shakespeare with a Modern Twist” at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret. ‘Uneasy Neighbors’ Carlson Gallery presents “Uneasy Neighbors: The Causes and Consequences of Undocumented Migration to the United States,” photographs by Don Bartletti, through Oct. 10. The lecture is 4:30 p.m. Thursday in the Campus... 

Answer throws back to classic rock

Answer throws back to classic rock
Van Mosley, lead singer and bass guitar player in classic rock band “The Answer,” closes the Claremont Summer Concert series on Labor Day in Memorial Park with “YMCA,” made popular by the Village People in 1978. Claremont had cut its budget for the summer concerts, but the Kiwanis Club stepped up with fundraisers to sponsor the event. / photo by Amanda Duvall Erum Jaffrey Assistant Arts Editor Families,... 

Happenings

‘The Laramie Project’ The theater department’s production of “The Laramie Project” by Moisés Kaufman will run in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret at 7:30 today and Saturday and at 2 p.m. on Sunday. General admission is $12. Faculty, staff and seniors are $8 and students are $5. ‘Pictures of Everything’ Harris Gallery’s exhibit, “Pictures of Everything” features abstract paintings from... 

Museum highlights Ice Age fossils

Museum highlights Ice Age fossils
The Raymond Alf Museum of Paleontology in Claremont opened up for its monthly Family Day on Saturday. Families from all over came to look at the dinosaur and mammal fossils, listen to story time sessions, make dinosaur crafts and play in the interactive museum at the Webb Schools. The museum wanted to make learning fun and educational for children. / photo by Alison Rodriguez Erum Jaffrey Staff Writer The... 

Pomona PD honors Law Enforcement Week

Erum Jaffrey Staff Writer The Pomona Police Department’s open house on Tuesday allowed the public the opportunity to take a look inside the department and see what day-to-day operations are like. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., curious visitors strolled in for guided tours of the department, led by police personnel. The event coincided with National Law Enforcement Week, which pays homage to officers who... 

Minoves compares world democracies

Minoves compares world democracies
Juli Minoves Triquell, assistant professor of political science, gives a lecture titled “No End of History” May 1 in the Campus Center Ballroom. Minoves, the former foreign minister of Andorra, expressed his hopes that China will democratize as it becomes more industrialized and his concern about the inequality of wealth in democratic nations. / photo by Daniel Hargis Erum Jaffrey Staff Writer Global... 

‘Measure For Measure’ delivers laughs

Erum Jaffrey Staff Writer Trapped in the hands of a ruthless hypocrite, nun Isabella cannot release Lord Angelo’s lustful grip as he groped her body, pleading for Isabella to give up her chastity. Angelo releases his grip, failing to convince Isabella, as she leaves him shattered and ignites a fury in his unrelenting soul. The main characters in William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” deal... 

Cool cats’ gig entertains audience

Cool cats’ gig entertains audience
Ted Edeson and Steve Biondo play bass and drums for the jazz group OrganiZm in Morgan Auditorium. Gayle Serdan (not pictured) completed the trio on Hammond B3 Organ. Edeson, Biondo and Serdan all graduated from the University. / photo by Julian Burrell Erum Jaffrey Staff Writer The sound of bass, drums, and organ reverberated throughout Morgan Auditorium, getting the audience to clap their hands in... 
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