Arturo Corona Jr., a University of La Verne junior kinesiology major and former baseball player, died in a car accident in Pomona on April 12. He was 22.
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Customers are transported back to the 1970s when they walk into Feeling Groovy Wellness and Café on Foothill Boulevard in Claremont.
The Pomona Valley Audubon Society hosted its monthly bird walk at Claremont’s Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden bright and early Sunday morning.
Jeremiah Cossa, a Boston-based classical pianist, performed with the Claremont Symphony Orchestra on March 17, befoere a packed house at Bridges Auditorium on the Pomona College campus.
Jo Laurie, curator of the “Silver Splendor: The Art of Anna Silver,” spoke about Silver’s accomplishments and vibrant ceramic artwork.
The Harris Gallery showcased an exhibit titled “Zodiac Ballet,” featuring work from eight different artists including four alumni.The exhibit’s artwork varied from photographs, paintings, and installation art.
The Pomona College Museum of Art provided a chance to view the scenes behind the “Stories: Selections from the Permanent Collection” exhibit, led by junior Pomona College student and co-curator Daphnide McDermet.
The “Origami in the Garden” exhibit magnifies the small craft by featuring sculpted, colorful, metal sheets of the origami in a larger form.
Students in the honors program held an event that informed the public about genetically modified organisms in our foods as part of their senior project Wednesday in the Hanawalt House.
Before winding up at the University of La Verne as an adjunct professor of photography, Andrew Thompson performed in front of crowds as a wrestler donning different stage-names and costumes and created professional pillow-fight tournaments in New York.