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Boy bands make a return to the music scene

Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer In the ‘90s boy bands had millions of young teens replaying their music, buying tickets to their sold-out shows and sometimes literally falling at their feet. Now boy bands are making a comeback with appearances on television and radio as well as being featured on the cover of magazines. These bands are made of attractive young men who target teens with their pop and... 

Kahan shares Shakespeare’s occult

Kahan shares Shakespeare's occult
Jeffery Kahan, professor of English, discussed “Shake­speare and the Occult” in the President's Dining Room on Monday. Kahan read from “Hamlet” and talked about Shakespeare’s far-reaching influence in our cultural lives. / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer Professor of English Jeffrey Kahan discussed the Shake­spearean impact on culture, and read from his new... 

Bonita bands swing big for fundraiser

Bonita bands swing big for fundraiser
Cassidy Furnari, Bonita High School senior, sang “How High the Moon” along with the Bonita High School Jazz Ensemble for “Swingin’ with the Big Bands” dinner and concert fundraiser March 2 at the Fox Theater in Pomona. Furnari plans to be a Marine Biology major when she gets to college, and hopes to continue singing throughout her student career. / photo by Debora Escobar Ingrid Rodriguez ... 

Brother shares bloody bedtime stories

Brother shares bloody bedtime stories
Katurian, played by Jordan Randall (right), tells the story of The Pillowman to his younger brother Michal played by Zachary Green, in the play “The Pillowman,” which was written by Martin McDonagh. The play will run from March 8 to 10 with free previews from March 5 to 7 in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret. “The Pillowman” is the senior directing thesis of Danny Bride. / photo by Cassandra Egan Ingrid... 

Kayono discusses manga in a new way

Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer Manga artist Kayono discussed her influence and showed some pages for her series, “Shojo Girls Comics in Action.” On Feb. 15 at Pomona College, about 60 people went to learn more about manga, a Japanese genre of cartoons, comic books and animated films. “Manga is basically media on paper,” Kayono said. Since her mother was a freelance manga artist, Kayono was exposed... 

Rodin captures the human spirit

Rodin captures the human spirit
Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Al Clark guides honors colloquium students Ariel Cole, Persephonie Romero, Emily Martin, Steve Reyes, Andra North, and Lisa Keyan through the Auguste Rodin “Mirror of the Soul” exhibit in the Harris Gallery. Each student was advised to pick his or her favorite sculpture and explain what interested them about it. The gallery is open from 11 a.m. to 4... 
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