The Nutcracker, a ballet that was first deemed a failure in 1892, captivated the audience and revived the holiday spirit during its opening night at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday in Bridges Auditorium.
Writers Archives: Yelena Ovcharenko
The Second Annual North Pole Winter Sports Expo was a must for every sports enthusiast this weekend in Pomona at the Fairplex in Building 9.
Spunk and enthusiasm are on next semester’s agenda as senior journalism majors Tom Anderson and Katherine Hillier were chosen as the new editors-in-chief for the Campus Times newspaper and the La Verne Magazine, respectively.
Issues that reigned over Russia several years ago during the communist era are slowly beginning to creep into the country and advocates for democracy slowly see their right to free speech infringed by the government: Russian President Vladimir Putin is slowly beginning to raise his clenched iron fist over Russia.
Henrik Ibsen captured the souls of many during his play “The Master Builder,” shown at the Claremont Colleges in the Virginia Princehouse Allen Studio Theatre at 8 p.m. on Nov. 16 and 18 and 2 p.m. on Nov. 18 and 19.
Recently the Food and Drug Administration approved a vaccine to prevent the Human Papillomavirus, the sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical cancer among other things. The vaccine is called Gardasil.
Campus events for the week of Nov. 10, 2006.
It is unbelievably frustrating when I am halted in bumper-to-bumper traffic 10 minutes from my destination because of a car accident on the 10 West Freeway, or when I lock my keys in the car 40 miles away from home and it takes the tow-truck driver an hour to unlock the car door.
Yelena Ovcharenko LV Life Editor Jane Dibbell’s daughter, Dominique Dibbell, played guitar and sang a song she wrote in 2000 titled “Happy Mothers Day,” at the memorial celebration for Jane Reilly Dibbell, associate professor of theater. Jane Dibbell died Oct. 3. Friends and loved ones packed the Dailey Theatre. The two-hour program Sunday included a […]
The Campus Times this month received its 10th consecutive Gold Medal award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for spring semester 2006.