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.
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The African American Museum of Beginnings showed the film “Pray the Devil Back to Hell” Saturday, closing their March series of Soul Cinema.
Claremont police and fire fighters are still investigating the cause of an explosion that tore apart a single family home Monday on the 200 block of W. 12th Street near the Claremont Village. According to the Claremont Police Department’s public log, police received a call for a fire at 2:53 p.m. at this residence.
The baseball team exploded for nine extra-base hits Monday to defeat Dickinson at Ben Hines Field, 11-6.
Ethan Coye and his Doberman Pinscher, Hailey, relax after completing the Doberman Pinscher judging event at the Beverly Hills Dog Show.
Kenneth B. Morris Jr., founder and president of the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives, gave the 2018 Frederick Douglass Human Rights Lecture Monday in Morgan Auditorium.
The Carlson Gallery’s new exhibit, “Snag: Impermanence on the Vast Alberta Prairie,” featuring artist Wes Bell’s photography, opened Feb. 15.
Eli Feldman, horticulturist and educator, led the workshop “Grow our Future,” on how to cultivate California native plants Saturday at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont.
The softball team split a doubleheader against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Saturday at Campus West, winning the first game, 5-3, and dropping the second, 3-0, in its Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener.
An intimate crowd was taught an eye-opening lesson about gentrification by La Verne honors program students Nov. 29 in the La Fetra Lecture Hall.