The unlikely mix of George Gershwin tunes and traditional African American spiritual pieces amazed a large audience in “Gospel Fusion: Gershwin and Beyond” on Monday night in Morgan Auditorium.
Picking up Meg Wolitzer’s “The Interestings” and trying to read the book between projects is a mistake. After getting past a plot set-up that takes a while to get off the ground, there is no going back.
It appears that the future of gun control and gun violence in the United States is bound to remain the same for the time being. Despite having overwhelming support from the public, a bill proposing background checks for gun ownership failed to pass in the Senate.
Students gathered Wednesday afternoon in the Arts and Communications Building to watch “Soul Kitchen,” hosted by the Foreign Languages Enhancement Activities club, to wrap up its German Cinema Month.
The Honors program is in for change as associate professor of writing Sean Bernard will take the reigns as director next semester.
The baseball team suffered a tough 5-4 loss to Pomona-Pitzer Sunday at Alumni Field in Claremont.
James Calhoun, director of choral activities, showed how gospel music became the lively music it is today by explaining the evolution of spirituals starting from the 18th century.
Adults and children alike excitedly gathered to enjoy Uplands annual Lemon Festival this weekend.
The fight against cancer came home as many participated in a Relay for Life to promote “Celebrate, Remember, Fight Back.”
Students, faculty and fans of photography attended the Carlson Gallery’s latest exhibit, “Geolocation: Desertscapes” on April 25.