I read your editorial about ASULV not doing their job as leaders at the university. May I say that you are sadly mistaken.
Writers Archives: Alexandria Orozco
Mu Phi Epsilon has achieved many great things this year. The fraternity has tripled in size, it was recently awarded “most improved group on campus,” and it was also named “best club” by the student’s choice awards.
People of all ages gathered on Sunday at the University Mall to participate in the Walk to Defeat Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Downtown La Verne is generally a quiet place for a weekend stroll. But this was not the case Saturday afternoon, when hundreds of colorful vintage cars filled the streets and took visitors to a different era.
The Claremont McKenna College Quadrangle was filled with the tastes and sounds of cultures from around the world on Saturday afternoon.
The Campus Center Ballroom was filled with anxious and excited guests waiting for Mark McKergow to give his lecture on “Rutenso; The Art of Thriving in a Time of Constant Change.”
As I stepped onto the grounds at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont my ears were immediately greeted by the cheerful chirps of various bird species.
Morgan Auditorium was filled with the smiling faces of faculty members from the University’s various disciplines Tuesday for Faculty Book Day.
This year the Women’s International Art show had its opening reception on March 12 at the Latino Art Museum in the Pomona Art Colony and will continue through Saturday.
Many people struggle to understand the true meaning of accepting the differences of ethnic backgrounds, and how others might perceive situations in contrast to their own situation. These issues opened up discussion at the multicultural club event, “Walking in Others’ Shoes,” on socioeconomics Monday.