5Cs Power Down

After two weeks of a movement attempting to conserve energy and increase awareness of energy usage, the 5Cs are now entering the final week of the 201...

TIXC Hosts New Party

Instead of attending Pub, the Wednesday night party regularly held at Pomona College, mid-week partiers attended TAP, which was hosted Sept. 11 by a new group called the Title IX Coalitio...

ASCMC Cancels White Party

The Associated Students of Claremont McKenna College (ASCMC) Executive Board voted Oct. 13 to cancel White Party (WP) this spring due to concerns about drug use often correl...

CMC Forum Separates from ASCMC

The Associated Students of Claremont McKenna College (ASCMC) Senate unanimously voted on Nov. 4 to pass an amendment that severed its institutional ties with the Forum, making CMC's onli...

Teams Terminate Peace Pipe Tradition

In light of concerns about cultural insensitivity, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer athletic departments have decided to discontinue the practice of passing the Peace Pipe trophy t...

5C Clubs to Complete Yearly Review

Leaders of 5C student organizations that are funded by the Associated Students of Pomona College (ASPC) received an email March 4 notifying them that they must fill out an annual organization r...

The American Dream at CMC

This article is part of a series that attempts to offer snapshots of the lives of some of the 1,600 staff and support personnel employed within the Claremont University Consortium.

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CMC Begins Rebranding Process

Claremont McKenna College has hired the Cohl Group, a consulting firm, to guide CMC's Office of Public Affairs and Communications in updating its marketing and communications materials. Represen...

CMC Admits Record Number of Women

With an admission rate of 10.1 percent, Claremont McKenna College’s class of 2018 has become the school’s most exclusive class in its 68-year history. Its admission rate—which, according to T...

A Tale of Two CMCs

Increasing racial diversity at colleges and universities across the United States has been a topic fiercely discussed since the civil rights era in the 1960s. While there’s still a ways to go, s...

5Cs Mourn Chapel Hill Victims

Over 80 students from across the Claremont Colleges held a vigil last night to commemorate three slain Muslim family members who were shot and killed near the University of North Carolina at ...

Don’t Sleep on Joey Purp

Tomorrow, the Claremont Colleges will have a chance to see an emerging hip-hop star from the Windy City—for free.

Joey Purp, a 22-year-old MC from the South and West Sides of Chi...

Soundtrack for the Clouds

For those of us who jump on any excuse to wear a jacket, this week of cloudiness and occasional drizzle has been such a blessing. And just like our fashion tastes, this pause in S...