The La Verne men’s water polo team fell 26-1 to the University of Southern California Trojans during their final match of the Inland Empire Classic Sunday at La Verne Aquatics Center.
For many athletes, it is a dream to be an Olympian. Seasonally, men and women attempt qualifying rounds for their sport and, regardless of talent and strength, do not pass their event. However, every four years, some have the opportunity to represent their country at Olympic Games participating in a sport they love, even if […]
The Latino Art Museum in Pomona welcomed the community to the opening of its exhibition “I Am Proud Of My Heritage,” Saturday.
The Dakota Access pipeline project crossing through ancestral Native American land has been an ongoing issue since April. But it has not been until now that it is gaining the media’s attention, probably because it deals with a minority group that has consistently been neglected, and thus taken advantage of, throughout history.
Despite thoughtful analysis of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s decision to sit down during the national anthem, there has been less conversation about the politics behind it.
The coming election in November is easily the most important one of my lifetime.
The Pomona College collection of Native American artwork and clay sculptures were featured at the opening reception for the exhibit “Rose B. Simpson: Ground” Saturday at the College Museum of Art.
Bottega 25 owner Brenda Ricciardi and store manager Sherry Smith entertained participants of the Claremont Village Wine Walk Saturday.
People prepared their snapping fingers and listening ears as University of La Verne students showed their artistic sides with expressive work at the first of 14 open mic sessions Tuesday in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre.
Shades of Essence and the Black Student Union teamed up to support Hispanic Heritage Month with a “Si Se Puede” themed event Wednesday in the University Quad.