Wednesday Feb 26
Artist Spotlight: Karin Skiba
Karin Skiba was an inspiration to students as a teacher. Many integral members of the Inland region's art scene, including Cosme Cordova of Division 9 Gallery, speak of Skiba's influence in almost reverential terms.
LA Daily News
L.A. artist tackles Stubenville high school rape case in Claremont exhibit
When: Noon to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays and noon to 11 p.m. on Thursdays at Pomona College through April 13; noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday at Pitzer through March 28. Where: Pomona College Museum of Art, 330 N. College Ave., Claremont; Nicholas Gallery at Pitzer College Art Galleries, 1050 N. Mills Ave., Claremont.
A-Infos Radio Project
Radio Curious: Transgender Youth: One Family's Experience, Segment 1
Radio Curious visits with Eli Erlick, a woman who was born a male, and her mother Dr. Carla Longchamp.
Rising star Frak navigates college life with substance and style
"Date With a Feminist" isn't exactly a stereotypical title for a rap song, but Frak isn't exactly a stereotypical rapper.
SAT, ACT scores don't indicate student's college success, study says
SAT and ACT scores have traditionally been strong indicators of whether a student gets into a college of his or her choice.
New study questions value of college-entrance exams
Most of them took the SAT or the ACT. But today, a new study questions whether these entrance exams are worth the trouble.
Divestment protest and human "oil spill" at Pitzer College 2/14/14
News portion: : At about 3pm yesterday at Pitzer College in Claremont local students from the Claremont Colleges performed a brief piece of street theater and a short demonstration intended to promote a divestment campaign.
Contra Costa Times
Hometown Heroes: Alamo mother and daughter crusade for garden to fill food bank shelves
When Amelia Abramson was a sophomore at The Athenian School in 2010, her class toured a local food bank -- a visit she will never forget.