Richard Gelm, professor of political science and the chairman of the history and political science department for the past nine years, has published “How American Politics Works: Philosophy, Pragmatism, Personality and Profit.”
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Born on Aug. 22, 1917, in College Park, Md., Roland “Ort” Ortmayer was destined for greatness. Yes, greatness is a broad word that can mean many things, but that is what Ort was to the many people he influenced in his life.
Claremont officials revealed the contents of their 25-year capsule to the public at the front of the City Council Chambers Oct. 3, along with refreshments and remarks.
Since students are continuously online either researching for papers or projects, the online newspaper has become great resource for those who would never take the time to read the print copy of a newspaper or pay the small fee.
During the orange picking season of January to March, the Heritage Park Foundation invites families to come and pick their own oranges every Saturday at Heritage Park.
This past Sunday, my dad and I made the long trek out to Los Angeles County Raceway in Palmdale to watch the diesel pickup drag races. Along the way, I couldn’t help but notice just how little the landscape along the 14 Freeway resembled the landscape of the rest of Los Angeles County and the […]
For the past 21 years, I have lived by a morbid human graveyard where hundreds were tortured and shamelessly slaughtered.
It is that time of year again when we see the holidays peeking around the corner. The smell of turkey lingers in the air and mixes with the infamous complaints about in-laws. But what is the real meaning behind Thanksgiving?
University of La Verne head librarian Marlin Heckman was featured last month in the Lifestyles section of the Palisadian-Post, a newspaper that serves the city of Santa Monica, for the recent completion of his latest book, “Santa Monica in Vintage Postcards.”
Life will go on. History has shown that we as humans move at a rapid pace. We discover, we invent and we conquer, and then we reach a point where we stop and see room for growth.