A number of bathrooms on-campus have recently been earmarked to be converted to gender-neutral bathrooms, a positive sign of the University living its mission of creating a diverse and inclusive environment.
Rachel Klodell, sophomore liberal studies major and Iota Delta member, explains to Brian Rios, junior communications major, how to make a pledge to the Clothesline Project Monday in Sneaky Park.
Lisa Looney, associate professor of education, presented “Parental Efficacy in Helping Children with Homework from a Cultural Lens” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
La Verne senior first baseman Ben White came through in the clutch with a game-tying home run against Pomona-Pitzer in the bottom of the ninth Saturday.
The Claremont High School choral department showcased classic Disney songs March 18 and 19 at its concert at Bridges Auditorium on the Pomona College campus.
A bomb threat in Walnut led to the lockdown of Walnut High School and the evacuation of Mount San Antonio College Thursday morning.
Not everyone understands the rewards of reading, but students at La Verne were able to appreciate the value and fun that a good book can offer during the Campus Activities Board’s Fictional Adventure event.
Her angelic voice painted a ray of sunshine all over the faces of her masterclass audience, as she sang an upbeat rendition of Mozart’s “Laudamus Te.”
Bodies swayed on red picnic blankets to a live performance by musician Raquel Cole Wednesday in Fasnacht Court at the StarLit Picnic event put on by the Campus Activities Board.
The world of professional sports is no longer predominantly male. But while more women are involved in sports than in the past, they still face sexism and unfair treatment.