RA 'Gotcha' Program Put on Hold

Pomona College has suspended the controversial 'Gotcha' program for at least one academic year, acknowledging that a procedure meant to promote safety awareness last semester had come to be wide...

OBSA Leadership Change Raises Questions

The Office of Black Student Affairs (OBSA) is transitioning this week to a new set of leaders, after a sudden and unexplained end to Hughes Suffren’s 11-year tenure as Dean of OBSA raised questi...

5C Drug Use Reports Paint Distorted Picture

The Claremont Colleges reported widely varying rates of illegal drug and alcohol use in their 2010 campus crime reports, raising questions about how reliably the published statistics reflect the...

SAC Bike Policy Comes Under Attack

A proposed policy change to the Pomona College Student Handbook that would tighten the enforcement of rules governing where bicycles can be parked on campus provoked strong negative responses fr...

Harvey Mudd May Review Honor Code

Student leaders at Harvey Mudd College (HMC) are planning to re-examine the school’s Honor Code and discuss possible changes at an event they hope to hold next semester. The idea for a campus-wi...

Trustees Review Audit, Communication

The Pomona College Board of Trustees has opened a series of internal reviews and set up a task force on communication between students and trustees, prompted by the controversial document...

Trustees, Faculty Exchange Views at Retreat

Pomona College trustees and faculty professors spent most of their retreat last weekend discussing the education that Pomona students receive, despite some persistent tension between the faculty...

Martinez Trial Set for March 2015

Former Pomona College theater professor Alma Martinez’s employment discrimination lawsuit against the college will go to trial on March 25, 2015 unless the two parties find another way to end th...