Harry Potter, sodium chloride, bats, Jamie Foxx, In-N-Out, the most popular state bird and much more were randomly combined Nov. 8 in the 17th annual Trivia Bee, sponsored by the Pomona Public Library Literacy Service.
The clitter clatter of her keyboard can be heard down the hall as she types the quiz for her 6 p.m. class.
The distinctive rhythms of Nova Scotia’s four founding cultures assembled together on one stage using drums to show their unique musical heartbeat.
Anyone who thought folk music was dead clearly hasn’t visited the Folk Music Center in Claremont.
Scandal, corruption, controversial propositions, vicious campaigns and recounts are enough to worry about during any election. However, during this 2006 midterm election, technology swooped in to add another layer of drama.
The connection between the gruesome twosomes otherwise known as twins is said to run deeper than that of mother and child, lovers, husband and wife and even the strongest friendship.
The team lines were drawn. Each side prepared for this day for months and it was finally here.
The men’s water polo team, currently ranked seventh nationally in Division III, took on the No. 2 ranked Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens on Saturday in the last regular season game for the Leopards.
The Pomona-Pitzer Invitational in Claremont opened with a splash Saturday morning as the La Verne women’s swimming and diving team placed ninth while the men’s team placed 10th.
After winning their final game of the season 3-1 against the Cal Lutheran Kingsmen at Ben Hines Field on Senior Day Nov. 1, the Leopards improved to finish 9-10 on the season and 7-7 in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play.