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California is first state to call ‘stealthing’ a crime

California has become the first state to outlaw non-consensual condom removal during sex.

Artist’s legacy told through sculpture and woodfire

The American Museum of Ceramic Arts in Pomona hosted the opening of “Peter Callas: An Enduring Legacy,” on Saturday. Nearly 50 gathered for the event, which included a lecture by Callas, who specializes in ceramic woodfired, anagama kiln traditional artwork featuring 50 of Callas’ pieces, including tea bowls, vases and sculptures. 

Leopards come out on top in season opener

The La Verne softball team earned a 3-1 victory in their season opener against Hope International on Feb. 9 at Campus West. This win was followed by two more wins against Pacific Oregon University last Friday. 

Darkness brought to light through sculpture

Artist John Frame uses stage lighting expertise in the Claremont Museum of Art’s exhibition, "Mephistopheles and the Swan Girl," on view through April 24, to display highly detailed sculptures, photographs, videos and other artwork he created for the 2018 production of "Faust" by the Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Portland Opera.

COVID-19 booster now required for return to in-person classes

All University of La Verne students and faculty who plan to return to in-person classes this semester  must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination – and booster –  by today or within two weeks of becoming eligible for the third booster shot. 

Grant to fund business ethics position

The University of La Verne College of Business and Public Management recently received a $1.5 million grant from the Richard and Beth Landis Foundation for  an endowed professor position in business leadership and ethics. 

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