Sammy Elzarka, director of assessment and accreditation for College of Education and Organizational Leadership, analyzed the different variables that affected the use of integrating technology in higher education Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
The Very Intellectual Poets and the Black Student Union collaborated to host an open mic showcase that focused on the topic of Political Warfare with the presidential election right around the corner.
Students gathered in the Arts and Communications Building Wednesday afternoon for the continuation of the Language and Cinemas film series presented by the department of modern languages.
The men’s soccer team tied with the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Stags, 1-1, after both teams failed to score a goal in the two overtime periods Saturday morning at Ortmayer Stadium.
So here is the storyline of the presidential debates the United States have seen so far. First, it was anarchy with Republican nominee Mitt Romney throwing more misinterpreted facts, yet President Barack Obama was too zoned out to counter-attack, which led some political junkies to his work.
For those wondering about voter registration for the upcoming general election on Nov. 6, there is still time to do so.
The lights dimmed, the applause came to a slow stop and the scene crew set up a brick wall dividing the stage. Thus began an unexpected tale of romance as “The Romancers,” a play directed by theater arts major Zachary Green began Wednesday night in Dailey Theatre.
Senior Sydney Rose sprints to the finish line finishing with a 27:19 race time at the SCIAC Multi-Dual Meet in La Mirada Friday.
To celebrate World Food Day, ASULV President Ava Jahanvash brought to campus a Ugandan farmer to talk about the issues of climate change and food security.
Democratic candidate for State Assembly Chris Holden of Pasadena discussed his political platform and talked about the importance of voting in an intimate meet and greet with about six students last week in the Campus Center.