Dear Editor, While editorials such as that presented in last week’s Campus Times (“Parking Should Trump Park,” March 7) are opinions, as professional journalists I would have hoped you would have examined some of the facts before launching into your commentary on Leo Park. As a faculty member in the kinesiology... 
Amanda Larsh Assistant News Editor The recently released report, “The State of Homelessness in Pomona” for 2013, found that through community support, the homelessness rate in Pomona has decreased 54 percent from 1,389 reported homeless in 2002, to 633 in 2013. According to the report, the large homeless population... 
Speaker adds Hart to alcohol talk
ASULV held an alcohol awareness event featuring speaker Lori Hart March 6 in Morgan Auditorium. A former Alpha Omicron Pi, Hart speaks to sorority and fraternity members across the country. She managed to keep the audience engaged and even laughing, even though the topic was that dangers of alcohol and how to drink... 
Tyler Harrison Staff Writer Squeals of excitement were louder than the exhibit that simulated dinosaur roars on Family Science Discovery Day at the Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology in Claremont. Visitors had the chance to see the “Hall of Life: From Stars to Early Civilization” and “Hall of Footprints: Tracks... 
<i>Commentary</i>: Net neutrality may be a thing of the past
Des Delgadillo, Copy Chief Netflix and Comcast agreed to a deal last month that will see Netflix pay the U.S. Internet service provider an undisclosed amount in exchange for faster access to customers. For the average user, the deal means “Orange is the New Black” will load quicker, but at a dangerous precedent... 
Hannah Burton Staff Writer The men and women’s track and field teams competed in the Southern California Inter­collegiate Athletic Conference Quad Meet on Saturday at Fritz B. Burns Stadium in Claremont with six members of the women’s team placing first in their respective events. The men’s team currently ranked... 
Watkins and Walker talk education
Nancy Walker, professor of education and Naomi Watkins, associate professor of education, ­­speak on the value of secondary teaching methods in their faculty lecture Monday in the President’s Dining Room. Disciplinary literacy, creativity and literacy were all described as benefits of their methods. The next faculty... 
Kat Simonelli Metro Editor Though the Blue Light project has been an overall success, Capital Planning had to remove the WEB tower in front of Dailey Theatre on Feb. 28 after receiving multiple complaints. The tower was supposed to be in front of the Johnson Family Plaza. After the contractor who installed the tower... 
Change dumbs down SAT standards
The College Board announced that starting in 2016, SAT test-takers will no longer be required to write an essay. With that, the now three section, 2400 point maximum test will be condensed to two sections with a 1600 as the possible maximum score. The optional essay will be graded on a separate scale that is still... 
Students bring concerns to ASULV representatives
Megan Keller, sophomore broadcast radio major and ASULV senator, tells students about the Campus West project at the ASULV student forum March 6 on the South Quad. Students were able to ask questions and present concerns to the ASULV leaders. The event was baseball themed to rally students to support the baseball and... 
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