The 2018 Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony, held last Friday, began with recognition of several faculty members for their 5-year service, followed by 10, 15, and so forth to retirement.
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Students from Assistant Professor of Biology Jennifer Tsui’s community engaged health research class and Assistant Professor of Digital Film Production Morgan Sandler’s documentary film making class work together on a Pomona-based community health documentary.
Mathematics instructor Frank Ives’ YouTube channel, MathbyFives, has recently hit 55,000 subscribers with more than 8 million channel views.
The La Verne Symphony Orchestra took an audience of more than 100 people through the ages with musicians of varying skill levels.
Studio Claremont, a community art studio in Claremont, hosts art lessons for students ages four to 18.
Freshman journalism major Dorothy Gadsby sings “Don’t Rain on My Parade” from the Broadway musical “Funny Girl,” accompanied by pianist and performance coach Sandra Nam.
Gabrielle Heide, art instructor and owner of Studio Claremont, prepares for an afternoon art class.
The American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona has five artists who have collaborated with architectural and ceramic skills to create their latest exhibit. “Making It Work: Production By Design” is a complementary exhibit to the “Discovering Saar Ceramics” exhibit, also on display at AMOCA.
The women’s water polo team lost a tough battle against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, 11-7, Saturday at the La Verne Aquatic Center. The Leopards started off strong, with freshman attacker Jassmine Kezman scoring a goal within the first minute. Less than a minute later, CMS scored a goal to even the game at 1-1.
The African American Museum of Beginnings showed the film “Pray the Devil Back to Hell” Saturday, closing their March series of Soul Cinema.