Elementary school projects such as making a battery from a potato or a volcanic eruption from baking soda may include science methods that aren’t actually taught, but rather demonstrated.
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Your opinion counted if you were one of the participants in the recent annual client satisfaction survey given by the Office of Information and Technology.
“We are the most complex law enforcement in America today,” said Los Angeles County Sheriff, Lee Baca. He presented a public lecture titled “Acting Locally/Thinking Globally: Los Angeles and the War on Terror,” Nov. 18 at the University of La Verne.
Studying the history and varieties of marble has led Jonathan Reed, professor of religion at the University of La Verne, to Athens, Greece, where he and some students traveled to on a field trip over the summer.
International students served desserts from their booths during “A World Festival in the Quad” on Tuesday.
Parking tickets need to be taken seriously. If they are not paid on time, the unpaid ticket fee quadruples, and may affect one’s ability to renew his or her driver’s license.
The instructions are consume nothing all day long, from sunrise to sunset. This may sound like a doctor’s order to prepare for an upcoming medical examination, but they are Quranic instructions about Ramadan and fasting.
Homecoming is here once more, and the University of La Verne’s Associated Student Federation Forum has planned a week of festivities chock full of pageantry, celebration and good old fashioned fun.
Claremont Memorial Park was packed on Sunday with more than 500 people who came to support the 31st annual Walk for the Hungry, promoted by Pomona Inland Valley Council of Churches.
Sunshine replaced clouds Thursday, just a day after rain brought mudslides, floods and disaster to Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Orange counties. On Wednesday, Claremont was drenched with 4.09 inches of rain in a 24 hour period, while Los Angeles received 2.2 inches.