The relationship between science and society today is diminishing, even though it is vital to make changes in society in order to improve life by using research gathered from social science.
Writers Archives: Ginny Ceballos
Booty shorts, guitars, keyboards, a synthesizer and lots of musicians. The first Battle of the Bands took place May 2 in Founders Auditorium.
Wind energy has been used to sail ships, grind grains and, more recently, to generate electricity.
The pipeline that imports about 75 percent of La Verne’s water was shut down on April 16 for emergency repairs.
The city of Claremont has been associated with artists for many years.
The University of La Verne debate team came out victorious for the first time in the United States National Championships on Sunday.
The La Verne Fire Department was still on its toes and ready to jump into action at the first call of danger even after six hours of no emergency calls.
The “Queen Bees: Eco-Actions and Collective Organizing” exhibit displays documentation and photographic artwork of various artists whose goals are to express community and they are politically responsive and ecologically aggressive.
Trees add color to the world. They provide shade and prevent erosion. They reduce carbon-dioxide and produce oxygen.
It is a late Friday night. Music is blasting. College students are mingling. People are hooking up.