Campus and community arts events for the week of Dec. 1, 2006.
Henrik Ibsen captured the souls of many during his play “The Master Builder,” shown at the Claremont Colleges in the Virginia Princehouse Allen Studio Theatre at 8 p.m. on Nov. 16 and 18 and 2 p.m. on Nov. 18 and 19.
Guitarist Chris Hernandez, with the band Run Home Jack, sang in the Nov. 17 concert in the Old Gym.
Sophomore Annie Parker bowled a 107 with three strikes in the Turkey Bowl, held Nov. 16 in the Frank and Nadine Johnson Family Plaza.
Flower petals lay scattered on the floor of Harris Art Gallery on Nov. 16 as people waited for the third year of the E’turnale D’vine poetry café to begin.
The “Beyond Heritage” exhibit now on display in the Miller Sheets Gallery at the Fairplex in Pomona features artists from across California.
Further plans for completing the Campus Center Project at the University of La Verne – a longtime process now undergoing changes associated with Phases II and III of the master plan, along with a hefty investment by way of bond to cover related fees – were recently revealed at a Board of Trustees meeting.
Santa Claus came to town a little early this year for city of La Verne children who handed in their wish list to good old St. Nick at the Ninth Annual Holiday Car Show and Toy Drive.
Any college student will agree the process for student loans is full of paperwork and confusion. This is why the University of La Verne Corporate Associates held its fall business lecture and luncheon Nov. 16 at the Sheraton Suites Fairplex.
Education, medicine, social issues, human rights and rights for self-determination regarding American Indians held the focus for a panel discussion by the Peace with Justice Center of the Pomona Valley on Nov. 18 at the Scrooby Lounge in Claremont.