Boston-based comedy hypnotist David Hall performed before a modest, but enthusiastic crowd Monday in La Fetra Lecture Hall.
Hillel, the Multicultural Club Council, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and the Center for Multicultural Services prepared to celebrate Sukkot with the annual building of the sukkah in Sneaky Park on Oct. 13.
Despite a stronger second half and the ability to create chances, the Leopards were held scoreless in a 2-0 defeat against the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athenas Wednesday night at Ortmayer Stadium.
NBC Connecticut anchor and reporter Keisha Grant recounted personal experiences and gave advice to communications students Friday in the Arts and Communications Building.
Child Holocaust survivors Gabriella Karin and Robert Geminder shared their stories Tuesday in the Morgan Auditorium to honor the 11 million that perished.
As Homecoming Week drew to a close Saturday, the campus transformed into the fantasy world of Alice in Wonderland for the annual homecoming fair.
The men of Phi Delta Theta took this week to honor their brother Lou Gehrig, by hosting its first Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis awareness.
Professor of English William Cook talked about understanding literature and its relationship to his book “Age of Fools” at his faculty lecture Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
An audience of roughly 30 people stood in the back or sat on the floor Friday night at the dA Center for Arts in Pomona to hear music by the artists Whitman, David Nance, Simon Joyner and band Refrigerator.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 21, 2016.