Senior kinesiology major and womens’ basketball shooting guard Faye Osburn took the journey of a lifetime this summer to this very spot on her 10-day volunteer trip, teaching young South Africans the game of basketball.
Concluding the lecture on Tuesday, photographer Joshua Rashaad McFadden autographs books and pictures in the Campus Center Ballroom before attending the gallery reception in the Carlson Gallery.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on Sept. 28 that will remove the statute of limitations on sex crime cases, an act that will help people find justice for heinous crimes committed against them, even if the crimes.
Megan Granquist, associate professor of kinesiology and director of the athletic training program, discussed “Psychosocial Strategies for Athletic Training” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Taking advantage of two early goals, the men’s soccer team won a close matchup against the Occidental Tigers, 3-1, Saturday night at Ortmayer Stadium.
The Leopards continued riding their mid-season wave at home Tuesday night, sweeping the Whittier Poets, 3-0.
Beer lovers celebrated German culture at the Fairplex last weekend for the opening of Oktoberfest.
Rachel Caputo, a freshman from Charter Oak High School volunteers at the Heritage Park Pumpkin Patch. The annual pumpkin patch at Heritage Park is in full swing this month – with wagon rides, a petting zoo and pumpkins of various colors, shapes and sizes are on display.
The goal drought and winless streak is finally over for the women’s soccer team as it defeated the Whittier Poets, 2-0, Wednesday night at Ortmayer Stadium.
The 2016 Homecoming Court Illuminations began on a high note when the Campus Activities Board revealed the top five men and top five women on the steps of Miller Hall.