Decorations of streamers, balloons and colored fabric transformed Leo’s Den into a serene, calm place for students to relax before hitting the books for finals.
Writers Archives: Marin Hummel
With holiday season upon us, the city of La Verne kicked off its holiday festivities with its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony outside city hall on Monday.
The day after Thanksgiving, known as ‘Black Friday,’ is the biggest shopping day of the year.
Dodge, dip, dive, duck, dodge. These are the five essentials Patches O’Houlihan from the movie “Dodgeball” says you need to win a dodgeball tournament.
Students gathered before bedtime to learn about the nature of dreams and their origin.
The Humanities Institute at Scripps College in Claremont hosted Walter Benn Michaels, a professor in the department of English at the University of Illinois at Chicago, on Tuesday.
From 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Oct. 17, I attended the first ever Sadie Hawkins Sock Hop dance put on by the Campus Activities Board in the new gym.
The Campus Activities Board and Sigma Kappa sorority co-hosted the Pink and Purple Party at 10 p.m. on Monday in Davenport.
Runners streamed though the Cal Poly Pomona campus Saturday to participate in the annual Matt’s Run, a scholarship fund-raiser held in the memory of Cal Poly student Matthew Myers who was hit by a car in a crosswalk at the university.
An astounding 58.5 percent of Americans fall below the poverty line at some point in their lives, said Mark Rank, professor at Washington University in St. Louis during his lecture “Poverty and Inequality in America – Why Care?” last Month.