Professor and Department Chairman of Chemistry, Nixon Mwebi, works with a mass spectrometer at Founders Hall chemistry lab.
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Senior anthropology major Lorali Mossaver-Rahmani performs an original song called “Moonshine” at an open mic night Tuesday in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre.
The Greek tragedy “Ajax” taps into the mind of Ajax, a soldier who has been through the Trojan War and suffers from post-traumatic-stress disorder as a result. The production, directed by Sean Dillon, opened last weekend in the Dailey Theatre and runs through Sunday.
Biology professor Christine Broussard advocated for student-driven learning environments during this weeks faculty lecture, “Environmental Justice, Endocrine Disruptors, and Inclusive Excellence: STEM Scholarship with Purpose.”
Oak Park Cemetery in Claremont was established in 1897 and is now the permanent residence to many of the founders of the city.
Queer Education 101, developed by a group of faculty, will provide informative sessions about active ally education for all groups in the LGBT spectrum, along with increasing people’s awareness and knowledge for marginalized groups.
David Finkel spent several months in Baghdad covering the Iraq War, and even longer following some of the soldiers as they returned home and struggled with re-entry into civilian life after the trauma they experienced in combat.
The Cal Lutheran Regals defeated the Leopards as they halted La Verne wining streak with a three-set sweep Tuesday at Frantz Athletic Court.
Marcia Godwin, professor of public administration, presented a lecture on Tuesday called “Psychological Violence Against U.S Mayors.”
Comedian Brent Pella engages the audience to participate in his parody of rapper Eminem Tuesday in Morgan Auditorium.