Senior psychology major Jedaun Carter said she has been in therapy since she was 6 or 7 years old, but never saw the benefit from it until high school.
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Abby, a 10-year-old yellow lab from Paws to Share, relaxes while getting scratched by Samantha Liu, freshman psychology and child development major, and McKenna Mobley, sophomore psychology major, Monday in Wilson Library.
It is not every day that a biologist gets a species of frog – or any amphibian for that matter –named after him.
LaVernapalooza, the event students prepare for every year as the biggest party thrown by the University, seemed to once again go by in a flash May 10 at the Fox Theater in Pomona.
The opening reception for “Dancing in the Milky Way,” the last art exhibition of the year, showcased upper level art students’ work Tuesday in the Harris Gallery.
A celebration of an unlikely victory that took place over 150 years ago brought people together Saturday at the Fairplex’s Cinco de Mayo festival.
Red lighting filled the room, with a smoky view of the stage where small restaurant tables covered in white cloth and wine glasses were placed in front.
On March 15, three police cars arrived at Sneaky Park after a new member presentation from historically black sorority Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Shortly before, music was playing and people were mingling. Two Campus Safety officers pulled up soon after, reporting that the police were responding to a noise complaint.
J. Cole told his fans to meditate, not medicate through 12 soul hitting songs on his latest album, “KOD.”
Professor of Art Keith Lord spoke about his exhibition, “Articulation: New Wall Works,” created from scrap pieces of wood, a compound miter saw and wood glue Wednesday in the West Gallery.