Early cervical and testicular cancer detection screenings are recommended for college students, according to the University health center.
In the dimly lit First Christian Church, the University of La Verne Chamber Singers and Aldersgate Chorale joined forces to perform as the Mountainside Master Chorale Sunday in Pomona for their Earth Day concert, “Big Blue Marble.”
Ariel Carey, senior psychology major, started her new year by changing her eating habits after her girlfriend, Lacey Corcoran, senior psychology major, became a vegan in January. The couple started off as vegetarians in November then transitioned to being vegan after two months and do not plan on eating meat ever again.
After removing the entrails of a dogfish shark, biology majors sophomore Stephanie Madera and junior Alliyah Garcia begin to dissect the head in search of the brain.
After months of tireless delegation and compromise, community members of the city of Pomona and local Native American tribes gathered Saturday afternoon for the dedication of 13 wood sculptures in Ganesha Park.
Empathizing with strangers may just be as easy as walking in someone else’s shoes.
I enjoy riding my bike, and I am well aware of the benefits to my health and the environment. Often times, I feel like I am a nuisance to motorists. They will speed by me, and sometimes they come within inches of hitting me.
The LaFetra College of Education hosted a talk, “What’s Our Role: The Past, Present, and Future of U.S. Public Education,” Monday in La Fetra Lecture Hall.
Families from neighboring cities came together for Monterey Park’s 20th Cherry Blossom Festival April 8 at Barnes Park.
Exploring the question of who has the right to be an American citizen, the Office of Diversity and Inclusivity hosted a screening of “14: Dred Scott, Wong Kim Ark, and Vanessa Lopez” followed by a panel discussion Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.