Dr. Ayanna Howard will be dean of the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University, effective March 1, 2021. The appointment will make her the first woman to lead the college. Howard will also be a tenured professor in the school’s electrical and computer engineering department.
L.A. County now has a stay-at-home order that's the strictest in the state. The hope is that the new rules that started Monday will slow the rate of transmission of COVID-19. California has 1.2 million confirmed cases,
Gabro Gonzales recently noticed construction work being done in the median on the 60 Freeway around Fontana/Jurupa Valley near the Country Village exit. He said lights had been installed in the same area and he questioned why workers were now removing the concrete median and lights in the same area.
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A post victory team selfie with the crew and driver, Josh Berry, driver of the #88 All Things Automotive Chevrolet, during Championship Weekend for the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series at Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly,
The killing of George Floyd ignited protests against police brutality, and some of the Claremont Colleges — Pitzer, Harvey Mudd, Claremont Mckenna and Scripps — have implemented racial justice initiatives.
Josue Barnes, co-founder of Claremont Change is the guest; moderators are Claremont residents Derik Smith, CMC professor, and Cynthis Barnes-Slater. Is there a global “right to democracy”? Is such a right implied by the existence of the United Nations?