Students from the Claremont Colleges swarmed the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum at Claremont McKenna College last week, where conservative commentator, author, journalist and lawyer Heather Mac Donald was to speak in defense of police officers and argue against the Black Lives Matter movement.
About 300 protesters, who argued that Ms. Mac Donald is a racist and should not be allowed to speak.
After spending 11 years in a business park on north Claremont Boulevard, the COURIER is moving Friday to our new location at 114 Olive St.—the former location of Graves Auto Supply—just south of the railroad tracks in downtown Claremont.
The year was 1967, I had just graduated from high school at the ripe age of 17 and I, along with three friends, jumped into a broken-down ’57 Ford Fairlane and drove to San Francisco, headed for the Haight-Ashbury District to take in the sights and sounds of the Summer of Love.
We “crashed” at a house where the brother of a girl we knew from Claremont was living with his band.