The University’s doctorate in business administration program, and its masters of science in leadership and management online program, were recently approved by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges to start in the fall 2015 semester.
The city of La Verne is currently using goats and sheep for brush clearance in an open lot at the top of Wheeler Avenue, rather than the harsher method of mechanical disking.
Hundreds of marchers braved the cold and raised approximately $45,000 for Relay for Life Saturday and Sunday at Claremont High School.
A suspect is in police custody in relation to the murder of La Verne couple Shirley and Armie Isom last year.
While most college students have difficulties balancing their studies, work and internships, undocumented students have additional concerns: whether they can stay in the country they call home, and whether they can afford to complete their education with limited financial aid resources.
Junior political science major David Asbra traveled to Washington, D.C., to lobby for the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act with approximately 105 students from various universities across the nation with the Fraternal Government Relations Coalition.
American economist, historian and political scientist Richard Rosencrance proposed differentiating economic industries with China to avoid a potential war in his lecture “The Next Great War? The Root of World War I and the Risk of U.S.-China Conflict,” April 30 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Claremont residents and visitors gathered for a free classical rock concert Friday night at the City Hall Plaza in the Claremont Village as part of the Friday Nights Live concert series.
Aiden Aizumi, transgender activist, and his mother Marsha Aizumi shared their experiences in a presentation “One Family’s Journey: A Mother, Her Transgender Son and Their Journey to Love and Acceptance” as a part of Transgender Awareness Day April 30 in the Campus Center.