Last Saturday, Scripps Live Arts hosted the music festival, “Sounds from Venus” at Bowling Green, featuring local and uprising artists from Southern California. The event welcomed the
Ed Pavlić, poet and author of seven poetry collections and two books, spoke about his latest research in a talk titled “James Baldwin, Black Music
On Monday, March 27, writer, sociologist, and ethnographer Alice Goffman, best known for her controversial book “On the Run,” delivered a lecture at Pomona
On Tuesday, March 21, students and visitors to the Motley Coffeehouse enjoyed a performance by Malynda Hale, an American singer, songwriter, and activist who embeds
“Who in here has an extra $500 dollars for an emergency? Raise your hand if you do.” The audience waited. Nobody raised their hand.
Brown University professor of comparative literature, modern culture, and media Ariella Azoulay delivered the 2017 Stephen and Sandra Glass Humanities annual lecture in Benson Auditorium
Karl Eikenberry, Oksenberg-Rohlen Distinguished Fellow and Director of the U.S.-Asia Security Initiative at Stanford University’s Asia-Pacific Research Center, gave a lecture on the impact
The Benson Auditorium at Pitzer College hosted its annual Murray Pepper and Vicki Reynolds Pepper Distinguished Visiting Artists and Scholars Lecture on Wednesday, Feb.
Claremont Market Shares celebrated its first market day of the semester this past Thursday, Feb. 2. The group is a student-run food distribution program
On Saturday, Nov. 13, Pomona’s Bridges Auditorium opened its doors to a cappella groups from all around Southern California in the 21st annual Southern California Acappella