Associate Professor of Management Omid Furutan discussed the inevitability of bribery, and how it differs from extortion before 15 students and faculty members Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
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Latin music, especially reggaeton and trap, has grown in popularity among Americans within the last few years.
Andrew M. Wenrick, former architect and current conceptual artist, presented his “Displacement Zero” exhibit, showcasing the deconstruction and restructuring of geographical maps at the Claremont Museum of Art this weekend.
Ian Lising, associate dean for the College of Arts and Sciences, reflected on the societal effects of spin doctoring as per his book published this year, “The Spin Doctrine: Communicating Belief, Truth and Fact,” during a talk Tuesday before students and faculty in the Howell Board Room.
Over 90 ceramic pieces by high school students were showcased at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona.
Growing up in Rialto, Dyamond Gray was exposed to different cultures and influences. Gray would see people ride their horses on the sidewalk as she looked out the window of the school bus.
Claremont Heritage presented “Supernova,” an exhibition that featured American folk singer-songwriter and painter, Norma Cecilia Tanega’s artwork.
Staci Baird, assistant professor of public relations, took a deep dive into the data on Twitter during times of natural disasters on Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
Students joined the Maker’s Club at the Makerspace in Wilson Library to create miniature security alarms using the Arduino computer platform Tuesday.
Students gathered in the Executive Dining Room March 7 as Director of Forensics Robert Ruiz shared advice about communication within clubs and organizations.