Howies score big in LSF tourney
Freshman Jesus Rodriguez, captain of Jesus and the Prophets, and sophomore Nicholas Charles, from The Howies, battle for the ball in the final of the Latino Student Forum Soccer Tournament Wednesday and Thursday night. The tournament was held on the South Quad, where the Howies outshined Jesus and the Prophets to win... 
Alexandra de Leon Staff Writer 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. PhUn week is a nationwide event that brings scientists... 
Kat Simonelli Sports Editor The men’s soccer team fought hard for the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship title against the Redlands Bulldogs but were unable to come out on top, as the Bulldogs took the match, 2-1, Saturday at Farquhar Field. “We know we’re good, and we knew... 
Professors reflect on their experiences
Senior philosophy major Meaghan McHenry talks to the crowd about her experiences during CAFE’s Teaching Day event Monday in the Campus Center Ballroom. Teaching Day is an opportunity for students, alumni and professors to share the experiences they have had while teaching and learning. This year’s focus was faculty... 
SeaWorld, the world’s largest holder of orcas in captivity, is finally putting an end to its killer whale entertainment shows at SeaWorld San Diego in 2017. However, the animals are not yet free. They will still be housed in the animal theme park for a new “orca experience” that will focus on conservation education... 
Author illustrates violins as hope
In remembrance of Kristallnacht, students, faculty and members of the Jewish community gathered at the Campus Center Ballroom Sunday to hear author James A. Grymes give an emotional presentation on his book, “Violins of Hope.” Grymes is not Jewish and had little knowledge of Jewish culture when he embarked on the... 
Leopards fall to Sagehens on water polo senior day
Leopards freshman goalkeeper Ian Hernandez denies a goal by Pomona-Pitzer junior attacker James Baker, after a break away halfway through the fourth quarter at their match Saturday at the La Verne Aquatics Center. Hernandez was able to block six shots in the fourth quarter alone, but La Verne could not get out of its... 
Members of the Japan Daisuki club use poster papers to make a Torii, a traditional Japanese gate found at the entrance of a Shinto shrine. The Torii will be used as a backdrop for the club’s event Friday, 7-5-3, an annual celebration of growth for children’s right of passage. In Japan, these numbers are considered... 
Calderón advocates social justice
Pitzer College Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Chicano and Latino Studies José Calderón discusses the history of race in the city of Monterey Park in a packed house Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room. Calderon also discussed sections from his book, “Lessons from an Activist Intellectual.” Calderón... 
Renowned violinist shares altruistic values
Los Angeles Philharmonic violinist Vijay Gupta and Assistant Professor of Music Grace Zhao practice the first movement of Ludwig Beethoven’s “Sonata (‘Spring’) No. 5 in F major, Opus 24” Sunday in Morgan Auditorium. Gupta was the youngest member of the L.A. Phil when he joined in 2007 at the age of 19. The... 
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