Joseph Chavez

Joseph Chavez, a sophomore public relations major, is a staff writer for the Campus Times.

Business students’ project to help kids experiencing homelessness

Students in the integrated business program created a business named “Clear Future,” which sells a cleaning product for phone screens and other screen devices. 

High schools prepare for later start in 2022-23

In accordance with a new California law, Senate Bill 328, middle schools and high schools across California will change their start times for the 2022-2023 school year. 

Music fills the streets in downtown Pomona

The African American Advisory Alliance and Music Changing Lives non-profit organization collaborated to bring a live music event to Downtown Pomona on April 23. With vendors selling products from their own small businesses. 

Movie Review: Beautiful animation of ‘The Bad Guys’ cannot carry the weak plot

“The Bad Guys” boasts a unique comic book aesthetic that combines both a blend of 3D and 2D animation that takes inspiration from Sony Pictures Animation’s “Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse” film. The movie drives quickly along passing beats, which some viewers may be familiar with.

Restaurant Review: This city has some classic, excellent breakfasts spots

With many breakfast choices in La Verne, there are a few that stand out compared to the rest. 

Event fosters understanding among religious groups

Interfaith fellows Isela Chavez, sophomore sociology major; Olivia Magby, senior sociology major; Aisha Adelotan, junior biology major; and Zandra Wagoner, university chaplain, held an interfaith dialogue dinner Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.

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