Campus and community arts events for the week of May 20, 2016.
Writers Archives: Erum Jaffrey
The American Muslim condition in the 21st century can be deemed as paradoxical. On one hand, Islam is the fastest growing religion in the United States, but it is also one of the least known about and judged religions in America.
Claremont residents and visitors gathered for a free classical rock concert Friday night at the City Hall Plaza in the Claremont Village as part of the Friday Nights Live concert series.
Samba, Brazilian culture and comedy hit the stage in the theater department’s latest production, “The Dog’s Will” by Brazilian playwright Ariano Suassuna.
Surrounded by ancient Indian style architecture, intricate marble carvings of celestial beings and meditating worshippers, ULV students and faculty learned about Jain philosophy and religion at their visit to the Jain Center of Southern California in Buena Park Sunday.
Latin American history and harmonies of string instruments echoed the halls of Balch Auditorium at noon on Friday at Scripps College.
Harris Gallery’s latest exhibit, “Scientific Magic” displays the work of artists Christopher Russell and Sarah Cromarty in a combination of two and three dimensions in photography and sculptural pieces.
“Do black lives matter? Ferguson as a Window to Race in the United States” was the topic of discussion Thursday in the President’s Dining Room as part of the monthly Hot Spots lecture series.
Issues of sexual exploitation and the sex trade in San Bernardino County were addressed at the Human Trafficking: Issues of Gender Inequality conference March 14 at the University of La Verne College of Law in Ontario.
University students and guests shimmied themselves to the dance floor at this year’s winter formal, “Fire and Ice” Friday night at the grand Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood.