Angel Flores, trumpet player and singer for Mariachi Odisea Musical 2000, sings to an audience of nearly 200 at the Latino Student Forum’s 22nd annual Las Posadas event Friday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
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The women’s basketball team could not protect the ball nor capitalize on three point shooting, losing 66-41 in the Leopards’ first Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game of the season.
More than 200 members of the surrounding Claremont and La Verne communities gathered to protest a picket by the Westboro Baptist Church, an organization known for protesting public events, even funerals, with inflammatory anti-LGBT signs and rhetoric.
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.
The 37th Annual Village Venture Arts and Crafts Faire in Claremont Village welcomed guests and vendors to kick off the holiday season. The fair was hosted by the Claremont Chamber of Commerce where they kicked off the day with the Children’s Halloween Costume Parade.
Senior political science and economics major Nick Castellano, representing the United States, discusses the issue of ethnic cleansing at the Model United Nation’s event “Human Rights Crisis in Myanmar – Is It Genocide?” Wednesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Large fields full of Halloween decorations, pumpkins of many colors and sizes, a petting zoo, a tractor ride and more are on display in La Verne’s historic Heratage Park.
Senior anthropology major Miriam Rangel and junior psychology major Raeanne Schaffer share an “Indian taco” – a dish made of ground beef, cheese, lettuce and salsa on top of traditional fry bread – at the San Manuel Pow Wow held at California State San Bernardino Friday.
Kizh tribe chairperson Andrew Teutimez Salas, accompanied by his father, Kizh chief Ernie Teutimez Salas, and other Kizh tribe members, blesses the Eagle staff in a ceremony Monday at Ganesha Park in Pomona to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day.
Eight poets from Cuba, Spain, the U.S. and Colombia were featured at the California Poetry Festival, the first event of its kind to be put on by the University of La Verne.