After 14 months of grappling with the Chino Valley Unified School District, a forced semester-long leave of absence from the University of La Verne, and a host of legal battles, Nicholas Ceballos, freshman TV broadcast major, can attend his brother’s graduation ceremony at Ruben S. Ayala High School, also Ceballos’ alma mater.
Ride share companies Uber and Lyft provide convenient commutes at the touch of an app for millions.
The University of La Verne swim and dive team hosted a bake sale fundraiser for Andrew Tompkins, a former ULV diver who after he battled and defeated osteosarcoma cancer in 2018, learned recently that the cancer returned, this time as stage IV metastatic osteosarcoma.
Kyeesha “Mika” Makekau, a senior at ‘Iolani School in Honolulu, Hawaii, is soon to become not just the newest kicker for the University of La Verne football team, but the first female football player in team history as well.
The Inland Empire Museum of Art hosted an art show and discussion panel titled “Female Artists: Past and Present” as a part of the museum’s monthly Art Talks.
Secret settlements and non-disclosure agreements are officially prohibited in sexual harassment cases after the passing of a new law this year.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, or NIMH, one in five American adults live with a mental illness.
The University’s Cultural and Natural History Collections is what curator Anne Collier refers to as “a hidden gem.”
The dA Center for the Arts presented “Color of Wheels,” teaming up with the Pomona Bike Coalition for a 2.5-mile bike ride around Pomona on Saturday.
The Healing Touch Studios hosted four local natural healing and art vendors as they set up booths to promote their natural therapeutic items and spiritual artworks at the “The Art of Vibes and Healing” event.