Greta Taylor

Seniors’ art offers ‘Reflections’ on identity

Family, friends and faculty were on hand Tuesday for the opening of the “Reflections,” the senior art exhibition, where art majors got to showcase their best work.

Family’s refugee camp experience visualized through design

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.

Film producer says industry was rewired by pandemic

Paramount Pictures film producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura discussed how the film industry may be forever changed by the pandemic at the Claremont Graduate University In Conversation lecture held via Zoom on Oct. 28.

Performances honor 1871 Chinatown massacre victims

The glow of lanterns illuminated Scripps College’s Bowling Green Lawn at the Chinatown Massacre Commemorative Performance on Oct. 21.

New law reinforces Native American students’ rights

Last month on Native American Day Gov. Gavin Newsom signed 13 bills in support of the Native American community, two of which are specifically for Native American students.

Animals, agriculture, activities liven Pumpkin Fest

Cal Poly Pomona’s Pumpkin Fest is a feast for the senses with its featured corn mazes, sunflower maze, games, live music and more.

Latest Stories