Junior theater major Joseph Baum gets into character during his dance performance to “You’re Welcome” from Walt Disney’s “Moana” at ASULV’s Karaoke Night Tuesday in LaFetra Lecture Hall.
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Over the past few weeks, a terrifying amount of anti-LGBTQ legislation has trickled down the pipeline. North Carolina, Georgia and Kansas have started deliberations on highly discriminatory bills that not only allow but encourage the systematic discrimination of the LGBTQ community. In 2016 these bills represent the toxic notion that people can still refuse to […]
The Claremont High School choral department showcased classic Disney songs March 18 and 19 at its concert at Bridges Auditorium on the Pomona College campus.
Michael Strautmanis, vice president of strategic programs for corporate citizenship at the Walt Disney Co., gave a lecture Monday in LaFetra Lecture Hall on how to deal with failure.
The Wonderful World of Disney was picked apart on Thursday by author Mark Pinsky, who spoke in Morgan Auditorium as part of the star-studded dedication week.
There is one movie that can make teenagers rush to the movies quicker than a brand new Harry Potter picture: “Tangled.”
The stakes were high Friday with two Disneyland tickets up for grabs as Ana Esguer, Erin Langston and Stephen Cundiff went head-to-head in a game of Disney Scene-It, a movie trivia game based solely on on Disney films.
Last week a heartbreaking split between two movie big-timers shook Hollywood. And no I’m not talking about Brad and Jen, but the successful relationship of the Weinstein brothers and Miramax, owned by Disney.
It’s strange, but I’ve found myself less talkative then ever before. And since I’m female, (and since every male I know claim that women talk too much), the fact that I find myself actually enjoying my quiet moments is doubly strange.
The folks at Disney have done it again. And they should be proud. Their newest flick, “Monsters, Inc.,” produced in association with Pixar, the 3-D animation group best known for its work on “Toy Story,” is a winner.