Shoppers enjoyed a socially distanced stroll through the Claremont Farmers and Artisan Market, featuring over two dozen vendors on a sunny Easter Sunday.
Christian Bracho, associate professor of teacher education in the University’s LaFetra College of Education, led the final workshop to his three-part nonviolence workshop series called “Learn ways to practice nonviolence daily in thoughts, words, and deeds” on April 1 via Zoom.
In honor of National Library Week, the Wilson Library hosted the annual Book Day through a panel discussion, highlighting six books and three book chapters via Zoom on Monday at noon.
Mi Sabor Restaurant, a new Mexican restaurant in Glendora, opened its doors March 8. The restaurant’s goal is to serve authentic Mexican food with a modern look.
Santeria, a Sublime tribute band, performed a drive-in concert at The Canyon at Montclair Plaza Lane in Montclair Saturday.
Eric Riehle, head men’s and women’s golf coach, talked about the lessons he has learned as a coach Tuesday during his lecture titled “My Last Dialogue,” via Zoom before a virtual audience of about 20.
In light of the disgusting hate and violence targeted at the Asian community, many online platforms have been taking action to diminish hate speech and threats toward Asians.
The NCAA women’s basketball March Madness Tournament came to a close Sunday but events during the tournament opened the public’s eyes to the unequal treatment of the women athletes compared to their male counterparts.
Climate change activist Maxine Burkett discusses links between climate change and race during an online lecture event hosted by Pomona College on April 1.
Sarah Rodman-Alvarez, director of the Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research, hosts a panel discussion regarding the COVID-19 vaccine April 1 on Zoom.