Students, faculty and staff came together by forming “familias,” while discovering their individual cultural identities at the Latino student retreat on Nov. 8.
Writers Archives: Liz Ortiz
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, La Verne alumnus Charlene Marie King brought hope to the Gulf Coast by volunteering her time and rebuilding houses that had been destroyed. To this day, she continues to volunteer in areas that have been affected by natural disasters.
Children hopped from booth to booth, parents chatted among each other at picnic tables and the faint smell of corn tortillas lingered in the air at the annual Grace Miller Elementary School Fall Festival Oct. 25.
Almost 130 cyclists sped through the streets of Upland for the Tour de Foothills cycling classic on Saturday in hopes of bettering thier skills and reaching the end.
The Claremont Village Square was packed with cheering fans as the Fab 8, a Beatles tribute band, finished singing their rendition of “Hey Jude” last Friday night.
The Southern California Shakespeare Festival’s presentation of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” was presented in such an untraditional style that it had Shakespeare rolling over in his grave.
The lights dimmed and conversations halted as Genevieve Feiwen Lee took center stage at the Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College for her “Keyboard Delights” concert on Saturday evening.
Music and chatter filled the room at the opening reception of Philip Latimer Dike’s “Chasing Daylight” exhibition Saturday evening in the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College.
The Buddhamouse Emporium in Claremont is currently housing father and daughter artists, Christopher and Sequoia Cousins’ “Family Archetypes” exhibit.
On the wall in the Irene Carlson Gallery hangs a photograph that seems to be an abstract composition of a lavender object containing a single red, vein-like line crossing through it.