From convincing an audience that the candles they were given were made from humans to posing as corporate executives on live television, two men have gone to great lengths to prove sometimes, it takes a lie and a bit of humor to send a message.
The Society of Advancement of Chicanos and Hispanics in Science rounded off the end of Physiology Understanding week, PhUn, by teaching students at the Seedling School in Claremont different functions of the body and basic science Friday.
Faculty members and students discussed their most memorable teaching and learning experiences at the university, Monday during Teaching Day in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Author and Professor of Musicology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte James Grymes gave a lecture on his book “Violins of Hope” Sunday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
José Calderón, professor emeritus of sociology and Chicano and Latino studies at Pitzer College, brought faculty members to tears as he discussed his book, “Lessons From an Activist Intellectual: Teaching, Research, and Organizing for Social Change” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Edward L. Romero, former United States ambassador to Spain and Andorra, spoke about his experiences as a Hispanic politician to students and faculty on Oct. 28 at LaFetra Lecture Hall.
Assistant Professor of English Laurie Rodrigues discussed her research on people of color and their misrepresentation in media, politics, literature and prison as well as their underrepresentation on Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
The University of La Verne College of Law hosted its third annual Civil Rights Symposium Thursday at the Embassy Suites hotel near the Ontario Airport.
A close-knit club of early risers began hiking together in 1995 and has been traveling to hiking destinations near and far six days a week ever since.
The Model United Nations will travel to Santa Barbara this weekend for a three-day conference with universities from all across California.