The Gold Line is expanding its tracks, but not without residential opposition.
Three cars were vanalized in a campus lot earlier this month, Ruben Ibarra, director of safety operations reported last week.
A bill being considered by state legislators could help reduce the discrimination in schools and the workplace associated with natural African American hairstyles.
A bill that aims to curtail colleges’ and universities’ preferential treatment of legacy admissions has been proposed by Assembly member Phil Ting, D–San Fransisco, in response to the recent admissions scandal.
Kenneth Bowman, a veteran of the United States Marines, examines an antique pin from Flying Tiger Antiques at the West Coast Historical Militaria Collectors Show on Saturday.
On Saturday the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden hosted a tour that featured rare and colorful butterflies in their habitat.
Roughly 30 students and faculty members gathered for Associate Professor of Psychology Rick Rogers’ “Almost Last Lecture: Counseling and Its Uses,” Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
Joanna Vergoth boarded a plane from New York to Kentucky to meet with a survivor of female genital mutilation and promote legislation to make the practice of genital mutilation illegal on May 6.
A proposed federal law could expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and provide more areas for hikers, campers and nature enthusiasts.
Ian Lising, associate dean for the College of Arts and Sciences, reflected on the societal effects of spin doctoring as per his book published this year, “The Spin Doctrine: Communicating Belief, Truth and Fact,” during a talk Tuesday before students and faculty in the Howell Board Room.