For the Love of Arts Benefit Concert, a silent auction and fundraiser put on by the Cultural Arts Society of La Verne, was held Saturday in the meeting house at the Hillcrest Retirement Community in La Verne. More than 100 guests helped raise $3,100 for future art programs throughout the night.
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Wilson Library has a new resource in recently appointed Research and Instruction Librarian Norma Durian.
Gary Sykes, facilities management trade worker, installs a stainless steel kick plate on a door in the Vista La Verne residence hall March 8.
Caitlin Kams, an employee at La Verne Brewing Company, said that she and the other employees joke that their brewery is like the 1980s sitcom “Cheers,” where everybody knows your name.
Twenty-six species of birds fly the Rancho Santa Botanic Garden, from California finches to red tail hawks and California scrub jays. Visitors witnessed the colorful birds Sunday at the Botanic Garden’s monthly free family bird walk
Eve Kaufman, an intern at Claremont Heritage, discusses Kanala Das’ painting, “Woman Cat,” with Claremont Heritage archivist Sean Stanley.
Luci Martin, associate professor of psychology, shared information about the health psychology lab and her research projects Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
The 45th Annual Harvest Festival returned to the Fairplex in Pomona with more than 200 unique artists and vendors Saturday.
Three-year-old Huck Margiotta and his sister, 2-year-old Vivian Margiotta, both from Claremont, grab maracas and play along with Alan Davis as they perform to raise money for the Prison Library Project at the Claremont Farmers Market Sunday.
Junior psychology major Amanda Saddlemire, junior history major Jordan Harwell and junior biology major Charonne Razafindralay play West African drums to the song “Sofa” Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium.