Debbie Hughes, executive assistant in the finance department, entertains the crowd at Team Stillwell’s third annual Karaoke 4 A Cure at Mountain Meadows Golf Course Saturday.
Dance crew Identity X’s dedication shined during their performance, and so did the pain, sweat, and tears of every other dancer that graced the stage of the World of Dance tour.
The David and Margaret Youth and Family Services held a community yard sale Tuesday to fund raise for future projects to help improve their facilities for foster children.
Kim Kardashian has broken the Internet once again with a nude Instagram selfie, but this time she has brought the issue of body-shaming to the forefront.
The gun debate continues to grow louder. Guns are now popping up in even more places they should not be, such as churches, children’s books and pockets disguised as cell phones.
The Claremont Village was awash with art Saturday evening at the monthly Claremont Art Walk.
Dozens of aspiring writers and book fanatics attended the annual Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference at the Los Angeles Convention Center from March 30 to April 2.
When senior Yaya Pineda volunteered at the nonprofit Bright Horizon Group Home in Claremont two years ago for her community service class, she did not expect the experience to be so inspiring that she would choose to make helping the group home the focus of her senior project.
The women’s tennis team ended its seven game losing streak Friday, beating Chapman at the Claremont Club, 7-2.
Playwright and actress Rohina Malik expressed the damaging effects of Islamophobia post-9/11 through the perspective of five different women in her one-person play “Unveiled” Wednesday night in the Campus Center Ballroom.