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COURIER week in pictures 4-18

  • Night owls got to see the first total lunar eclipse since December 2011 early Wednesday morning in Claremont. Total lunar eclipses result when the earth is directly between the moon and sun causing a red glow on the moon’s surface

    Night owls got to see the first total lunar eclipse since Decemb...

  • Madeline Mann, Emily Pocock, Sarah Kuriyama, Bella Hubbard, Candace Coe, Lily Wolf and Courtney Pocock pose with magazine images over their faces as part of a project they call Don’t let the Media Mask Who You Are.

    Madeline Mann, Emily Pocock, Sarah Kuriyama, Bella Hubbard, Cand...

  • Nancy Hamlett inspects a shrub on Wednesday at The Claremont Colleges’ north campus and Bernard Field Station. There will be a rare opportunity for the public to visit the field station on April 26th for an Earth Day celebration.

    Nancy Hamlett inspects a shrub on Wednesday at The Claremont Col...

  • Claremont High School shortstop Katie Kempton jumps over Ayala base runner Sara Ketelsleger, after getting the out at second base on Wednesday during varsity softball action at Cahuilla Park in Claremont.

    Claremont High School shortstop Katie Kempton jumps over Ayala b...

  • Claremont Graduate University has selected Afaa Michael Weaver as the winner of the $100,000 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award for his book “The Government of Nature.”

    Claremont Graduate University has selected Afaa Michael Weaver a...

  • The Kate Tufts Discovery Award winner for 2014 is Yona Harvey and her book “Hemming the Water.” The Kate Tufts award is given to a poet’s first published work in recognition of great promise for future work.

    The Kate Tufts Discovery Award winner for 2014 is Yona Harvey an...

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