Since President Donald Trump has come into office, one of his main objectives has been to repeal and replace Obamacare, or the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010.
A turquoise, red and purple metal sunflower ushers the viewer into the exhibit, “Dee Marcellus Cole and Carnival Seekers,” at the Claremont Museum of Art. The lobby featured the first selection of pieces against makeshift corner walls reminiscent of Dee Marcellus Cole’s colorful house. Paper cutout flags lined the ceiling.
Despite managing a 2-0 lead and playing with a one-man advantage for 55 minutes, the men’s soccer team tied 2-2 in overtime against the undefeated Redlands, Saturday night at Ortmayer Stadium.
Senior kinesiology major Rachel Bentley discusses how to properly make an incision on the frog’s head to see the brain with professor Alyssa Dekoning on Oct. 4.
Adults, children and pets enjoyed an evening of free entertainment during Friday Nights Live on Oct. 6 at the Village Square Public Plaza, Claremont Chamber Patio, City Council Chamber Plaza and Shelton Park Stage.
Heritage Park Pumpkin Patch has become more than several rows of pumpkins of all shapes, sizes and colors. With a tractor-drawn hay ride, a petting zoo and the historic nature of the property, the patch at Heritage Park is a yearly family tradition.
Career services, located on the second floor of the Campus Center constantly reaches out to provide support, and students should start taking advantage.
From the Claremont Museum of Art to the Packing House, the monthly Claremont Art Walk is a free event that showcases art all around the Claremont Village.
The women’s soccer team hosted Occidental Wednesday night at Ortmayer Stadium as junior midfielder Juna Bouchekara secured the Leopards’ three points with only 18 seconds remaining in the game.
Southern California residents got a taste of Oktoberfest with its return to the Fairplex in Pomona Friday, fully equipped with Bavarian music, authentic German sausage and 32-ounce beer steins.