University of La Verne students and faculty gathered for a #MeToo event in support of sexual harassment and assault survivors on March 8 in Sneaky Park.
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Paradis Ice Cream Café in the Claremont Village opened Dec. 4, putting a Danish spin on the classic ice cream shop.
La Verne baseball beat Caltech in the first game of their double header Saturday, 4-3, at Campus West.
The Inland Empire Museum of Arts filled its reception hall for the “Moon of Many Petals” artist talk on Saturday.
Mary Earick, director of the Holmes Center for School Partnerships and Educator Preparation at Plymouth State University, discussed “equitable education through the critical studies of whiteness.”
Jazmine Sosa of Claremont visits the survival store Prep and Save, located at the corner of Central Avenue and Arrow Route in Montclair.
Studio art majors showcased their senior projects Tuesday evening in the Harris Gallery, located alongside the Wilson Library.
The Pomona Cultural Arts Commission worked for the last two years to bring awareness to locally owned shops in the downtown and arts district area. This year, they decorated 30 businesses with blue and white balloons outside their doors to participate in Small Business Saturday.
Leticia Arellano-Morales, associate professor of psychology, discussed “Latina/o Mental and Physical Health” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Families and community members enjoyed the Fall in the Farm gathering at Fairplex in Pomona, where they participated in activities, workshops and demonstrations Sunday.