University of La Verne voice instructor Todd Strange performed his concert “Guilty Pleasures,” consisting of seven of his favorite classical songs, in Morgan Auditorium Nov. 12.
The city of La Verne and its Veterans Hall held an outdoor event to honor veterans and their families on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
Linda Yvette Chávez, co-creator and executive producer of the Netflix show “Gentefied,” talked about finding one’s place in the world and establishing a safe place to talk about each other’s experience in the world as a guest speaker for the University of La Verne’s Influential Voices series.
Kimberly White-Smith, dean of the LaFetra College of Education, talked about her findings on the experiences of Black mother scholars in education on Tuesday at the weekly faculty lecture.
The women’s basketball team demolished SAGU American Indian College on Saturday on Frantz Athletic Court, 106-59, following a season opening loss to College of Idaho.
Amir Berbić, a graphic designer, embodied his family’s experience at a Denmark refugee camp during the Bosnian war through use of graphic design in the “Sahara: Acts of Memory” exhibition at the Pomona College Benton Museum of Art in Claremont.
The Leopards football team lost a close one to the Chapman Panthers, 35-32, in their last game of the season at Ortmayer Stadium on senior day Saturday.
Clay models made with soil from the California Botanic Garden by artist Brandon Lomax are on display as part of the “(Re)Place” exhibit at the garden in Claremont.
Travis Scott’s “Astroworld” performance in Houston resulted in tragedy. There were multiple incidents that occurred at the concert on Nov. 5, such as people trampling over each other, guests passing out, injuries and even deaths.
The Los Angeles Police Department now requires all officers to be vaccinated to continue to work there.