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  • Pasadena Star-News
    Last week: The Lancers made easy work of Friday’s game of the battle of unbeatens with California, easily defeating the Condors ... which includes a major win over Claremont, who has just one loss. But next up is the test of all tests in the Valle ...
  • The Chronicle of Higher Education
    Connie Gallaher, president of OhioHealth at Home, a health-care company, will become president of Ohio Dominican University. She will succeed Robert Gervasi, who will step down in June. John Keller, associate provost and dean of the Graduate College at the University of Iowa,
  • Washington Post
    After countless attacks on Asians since the coronavirus pandemic started, Hao Huang worried that the community would be left numb. Support our journalism. Subscribe today. But the Claremont ... Chinese people used for California, even America.
  • Forbes
    But it has never felt more urgent than this moment, with the coronavirus upending life and business as ... I was lucky enough to find my way into a great college (Claremont McKenna College) and Ph.D. program (Rice) but without that education, I would ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Richard Rorex of Apple Valley, who has a transplanted Joshua tree in his front yard, says he believes there are only two places on Earth where Joshua trees (Yucca Brevifolia) are native, the high desert of California ... vendor at the Claremont Farmers ...
  • Live Science
    "Marie Antoinette never uttered these words or anything else along these lines," said Denise Maior-Barron, an adjunct professor at Claremont Graduate University in California, whose research examines contemporary portrayals of Marie Antoinette's character.
  • San Francisco Chronicle
    California is embarking on vaccine “open season” Thursday, when the state expects to lift age and other restrictions for COVID-19 shots. If other young adults are anything like Concord gamer KC Oliveros,
  • San Francisco Chronicle
    Meghan Bobrowsky is a metro reporting intern for The San Francisco Chronicle, focusing on the coronavirus vaccine rollout. She's a senior at Scripps College in Claremont, California, and has previously worked at The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Miami Herald ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Mario Zelaya led the defensive effort with 18 tackles and a fumble recovery. Claremont 26, West Covina 0: Isaiah Love and Ryan Campuzano each scored two touchdowns as the Wolfpack (3-1) remained unbeaten in the San Antonio League. Ricky Murrillo threw two ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Genealogist John Sharpe stands in front of the Workman family home in Clifton, England. He will speak about the Workman’s history before coming to America. (Photo by Frederick Cameron Wilson ...
  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — More Black Americans say they are open to taking the coronavirus vaccine. A poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research in late March found about 24 ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Over the past few years, K-pop has become increasingly popular among people of all ages. Korean pop groups have been breaking records, covering music charts, emerging into the Western entertainment industry and winning the hearts of listeners all around ...