One-of-a-kind art to play, display, watch and munch was featured at the Harvest Festival at the Fairplex in Pomona last weekend.
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Yreka (pronounced y-reeka), Calif., is the 40th smallest town in the United States.
A unique art exhibit was held at Pitzer College in honor of Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Arts and Artisans on Nov 14.
Guitarist Chris Hernandez, with the band Run Home Jack, sang in the Nov. 17 concert in the Old Gym.
Cue the dim lights and ominous music. The No. 1 seeded La Verne Leopards have been eliminated from the NCAA Division III Volleyball National Championships.
Imagine you just jumped out of a helicopter and are now standing at the top of a mountain in Wyoming.
Flags, exotic foods, ethnic music and the many booths of the International Festival ushered in the first major event in the International Education Week on Tuesday in Sneaky Park.
“The Rise and Fall” is the latest in the Project Series in the Museum of Art at Pomona College. Katie Grinnan’s work can be viewed until Dec 17.
The sounds of the piano, flute and soprano Carol Stephenson’s soothing voice filled the air, as “What She Said,” a compilation of feminist-oriented songs meant to relay a message of what women think, feel, and rarely have the courage to say out loud, began in Founders Auditorium Saturday.
When the last meal was served at Davenport, the dining hall transformed into a club atmosphere acceptable for students from surrounding schools to come and show support for the African American Student Alliance on Oct. 19.