Before being forced back to what had become foreign land, Jacob, who asked that his real name be withheld because of his precarious immigration status, had only vague memories of his life in Mexico. The native of Los Mochis, in the northern coast of the state of Sinaloa, found himself hopeless in a city whose […]
Writers Archives: Nadira Fatah
Junior kinesiology major Josh Ramirez tried it all growing up: baseball, football, basketball. He even wished he had ventured into hockey and lacrosse. But Ramirez only truly found his element among the rectangular lines of a soccer field and early father-son memories of the ‘beautiful game.’
Mother and daughter Pam Christensen and Brandi Ross visit the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona to view “We The People: Serving Notice.”
The bottom floor of Miller Hall has turned into a recreational vehicle showroom with full-timers, or those who choose to live on the road, and long-time travelers inside and out of their precious mobile homes.
Southern California residents got a taste of Oktoberfest with its return to the Fairplex in Pomona Friday, fully equipped with Bavarian music, authentic German sausage and 32-ounce beer steins.
As soon as you walk into the Arts and Communications Building, a blend of icy blues, inviting yellows, calming purples and warm reds emanates from the left and draws attention to the 33-foot-by-46-foot wall.
Mi POCO L.A. – or Pomona Collective Los Angeles County – is holding a celebration of music, food and art through the Los Angeles Latinx lens every weekend outside of Millard Sheets Art Center at the Fairplex.
More than 350 students filled the Campus Center for Destination Procrastination, the fifth annual pre-finals event hosted by the Campus Activities Board and Associated Students of the University of La Verne May 11.
Scholar-athlete Kyndall Taylor, who graduated from the University in January of this year, has shown her mettel both on and off the soccer field: Last month the American Kinesiology Association announced that Taylor was one of 40 winners in the U.S. and Canada to recived the association’s prestigious Undergraduate Scholar Award.
Lili Gradilla, coordinator of the Co-Curricular Community Engagement Program, meets with students to organize a dance marathon. The marathon, a 24-hour event to celebrate survivors of childhood cancer, will raise money to support them and their families.