The women’s basketball team defeated La Sierra 73-71 in overtime Saturday at Frantz Athletic Court.
Three pianists and five vocalists came together to showcase the hard work and effort that they put into perfecting their selected pieces throughout the semester in a concert Nov. 22 in Morgan Auditorium.
After several reflective pieces, the audience came to life and snapped along as The Cat, the Hag, and the Longstreet played what they jokingly referred to as the Mediterranean “Pink Panther” theme song at their concert Nov. 30.
A silver star shone brightly in the sky as the Christmas tree outside city hall was lit, kicking off the holiday season for the La Verne community with the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony along with a visit from a very special guest.
More than 500 custom classic cars converged in downtown La Verne on Saturday to strut their stuff for the annual Cool Cruise car show.
The extraordinary classical sounds of Ludwig van Beethoven and Sergei Prokofiev were alive and thriving in Claremont.
The Leopards showed no mercy Saturday as they pounced on the Caltech Beavers, 10-0 and 18-2, in the weekend doubleheader.
Earthquakes have been shaking the Western Hemisphere quite frequently in the past few months. From Haiti to Chile and most recently Mexico, uneasiness about the tectonic plates shifting raises the ever present question of preparedness for when a quake’s epicenter is near your home.
Giving back through community service and philanthropy events are a big aspects of any Greek organization. As a member of Phi Delta Theta, I took part in last year’s teeter-totter event.
Salsa music filled the Campus Center Ballroom on Monday night as students, parents and University guests danced the night away.
After going through the reform process, it still seems like an initial step to improve the American health care system; a first step in the direction of universal health care, something that many feel is the only moral ends to reform.
Sexual abuse against children is a serious crime and should not be taken lightly. Unfortunately leaders of the Catholic Church do not understand this.
A panel of three speakers at Scripps College expressed, using a variety of examples, that people don’t need to be traditionally coupled-up to be happy.