Campus news for the week of Oct. 16, 2015.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 16, 2015.
Freshmen and faculty listened to renowned author Scott Russell Sanders answer critical questions about mankind’s responsibility to the preservation of the earth during two lectures on Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium.
The Campus Activities Board introduced the 2015 Homecoming Court at the magical Lumos and Yule Ball Monday in the Campus Center.
Students and faculty members gathered in the Carlson Gallery Oct. 1 to view photographer Jennifer Little’s photographs on Owens Lake and the ecological and environment effects of the Los Angeles Aqueduct at the “100 Years of Dust: Owens Lake and the Los Angeles Aqueduct” photo reception.
A group of about 20 peaceful protesters marched Saturday in Pacific Palisades to show their disapproval of Monsanto and the recent passing of the California Seed Bill that prohibits anyone from sharing seeds past a three-mile radius from their source.
The entertainment industry is often glamorized by television as a life of fame and happiness, but it is not uncommon to hear about incidents of physical, emotional or sexual abuse. Though some of those accused of such crimes are brought to justice, others seemingly suffer no consequences while those bringing the claims are victim-blamed and […]
Associate Professor of Creative Writing Sean Bernard read chapters from his recently published book, “Studies in the Hereafter” to an audience of approximately 35 students and faculty members Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Superheroes stormed Ortmayer Stadium Saturday at the first Phive K Walk hosted by Phi Sigma Sigma.
The Pomona Reads book festival helped encourage reading as well as provide entertainment for all ages at the Pomona Civic Center Saturday.