Nathan Wright, junior kinesiology major, uses a pipette to introduce ammonia into a copper filled test tube in Professor of Chemistry Mark Nelson’s Chemistry 202 lab May 11.
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Jeffrey Chun, junior business administration major; Margaux San Nicolas, junior international business and language major and Isabelle Cheng, senior educational studies major, present their honors senior project on safe sex May 11 in the President’s Dining Room.
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.
Hong Dang Bui gives an introduction speech on CaoDai, a modern faith founded in Vietnam in the 1920s that teaches the unity of all religions, humanity and the universe.
Parents, teachers and community members, 13 in all, expressed questions and concerns regarding homelessness and education dung an informal gathering with Pomona Mayor Tim Sandoval Saturday.
Tatiana Tatarinova, associate professor of biology and Fletcher Jones Endowed Chair in Computational Biology, was given the remains of 12,000-year-old human teeth from a curator in Russia.
Al Clark, professor of humanities, participates in Denim Day by wearing a boot leg cut jean instead of his traditional business slacks Wednesday.
A self defense event was held in the Campus Center Ballroom Monday to empower young women and educate them on the importance of defense awareness.
Life coach and motivational speaker Whitley Porter leads the Black Girl Magic panel discussion March 28 in the President’s Dining Room.
Lawrence Potter, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, explained the notion of the “color line,” or “colorism” within the African American community, otherwise known as intraracial prejudice between light skinned and darker skinned African Americans, Monday in the President’s Dining Room.