Ten students were announced as the University’s first set of presidential ambassadors Sunday at a ceremony held at the University House in Claremont.
Lines were out the door and the smell of Italian food filled the parking lot where Spaghetti Eddie’s in Glendora celebrated its 30th year of business Monday.
The San Dimas Chamber of Commerce held its 21st annual Western Days and Music Festival on Oct. 3-4 in downtown San Dimas in celebration of the city’s history.
The hanging of a Donald Trump piñata from the side of Miller Hall caught the attention of many as the Latino Student Forum held an event, “Today We March, Tomorrow We Vote,” to draw awareness toward voting Sept. 24 in the Johnson Family Plaza.
Beginning Monday, parking Lot D will be closed until late next year, with commuter students now required to park in the University’s shuttle lots.
Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs Beatriz Gonzalez has been named the University’s new interim chief diversity and inclusivity officer, succeeding Joy Lei.
Assistant Professor of Biology Todd Lorenz highlighted his students’ research work in sequencing bacteriophage genomes in his lecture, “Whole genome comparison of large collection of mycobacteriophages reveals a continuum of phage genetic diversity” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
As a newly hired teacher at Roynon Elementary School in La Verne, intervention teacher Alyssa Lopez is making a real impact on her students by using a program designed to help kids struggling in math.
Butter Café and Bakery in San Dimas offers an extensive menu and promotes high-quality food and coffee to the surrounding communities.
Holy Name of Mary Parish church in San Dimas hosted the environmental awareness event, “Caring for our common home” Sept. 24, to inform community members on the issue of global warming.