Just over a decade ago, Jeremiah Bowden was living his rock-star dreams. The Midwest native was busy establishing himself as a musician, serving as the frontman for different alternative rock bands. Bowden was enjoying life on the road, performing with one of his bands, Silik, across the Midwest and West Coast. Eventually he was spending […]
The recent All CGU Student Orientation welcomed approximately 400 new students to campus. Click below for an exclusive photo gallery from the orientation’s Reception and Resource Fair held Aug. 28 at the DesCombes Quad and Tenth Street.
Water Wise As California struggles through one of its worst droughts on record, Stephanie Granger (MS, Information Science, 2008) needs only to cast her eyes skyward for help. But she’s not just on the lookout for rain clouds. The senior scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is putting her hopes on an array of […]
Museum Studies Students Uncover Remnants of the Atomic Age in Claremont and LA Nestled on a corner of 6th Street and Mills Avenue, just southeast of the CGU campus, Kelsey Picken, PhD student in cultural studies, and Joseph Harper, (MA, Cultural Studies, 2013) noticed something in spring 2013 that could easily elude any passerby: a […]
Business Managers Can Manage Themselves by Tapping Buddhist Concepts In the fifth or sixth century BCE, Buddhist texts extolled the power of being “awake, aware, mindful,” declaring, “a tamed mind brings happiness.” In his 1968 book, The Age of Discontinuity, theorist and educator Peter F. Drucker, considered the father of modern management, wrote about the […]