Senior economics major Justin Yeh addresses his fellow graduates, families and faculty at the Asian/Pacific Islander Cultural Graduation Ceremony May 11 in the President’s Dining Room.
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Multicultural Affairs Director Daniel Loera, Professor of Biology and Biochemistry Jay Jones and Melissa Negrete, Loera’s wife, discuss “Awake, a Dream from Standing Rock.”
Marching down the Pacific Coast Highway on the Alameda Street overpass, Native American leaders Grey Wolf, Shannon Rivers and Oslo Chiowani lead thousands of community members and activists to the Tesoro refinery in Wilmington Saturday.
Centuries of culture and heritage decorated the Pitzer Square with an after party encompassing local musicians.
These days we are fed a daily dose of dating information, stories and advice through several mediums. Posts on Facebook constantly shout that romance is needed to achieve happiness and memes on Instagram tell women that being single is better for success.
Exploring the question of who has the right to be an American citizen, the Office of Diversity and Inclusivity hosted a screening of “14: Dred Scott, Wong Kim Ark, and Vanessa Lopez” followed by a panel discussion Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Sound defense and solid pitching gave the Leopards the advantage in a sweep of the Redland Bulldogs on Saturday at Ben Hines Field. La Verne won the first game 4-3 and the second 5-3.
Not even in her wildest dreams did a young Jaime Kons imagine being on her way to Samsun, Turkey to represent the U.S. Volleyball Team in the 2017 Deaflympics.
With more than 1,000 guests and a dynamic TV news anchor as emcee, the University’s annual Scholarship Gala on March 11 raised more than $750,000, making it the largest in the event’s 21-year history – both in attendance and funds raised.
Tears, love, and a sense of unity were prominent as roughly 100 community members gathered in support of the “No Muslim Ban and No Wall” rally Sunday in Claremont.