For Harvey Mudd College’s West Dorm, a typical night includes a fire in the courtyard where students can gather and socialize with friends—or at
Pomona College will hold two meetings next week to allow students to express their questions and concerns about the college’s approach to mental health.
A pro-life, pro-choice face-off took place Tuesday, April 15 on Ninth Street when representatives of Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust visited the Claremont Colleges for
Pomona College students voted in the Associated Students of Pomona College (ASPC) election April 7-8, electing Rachel Jackson PO ’15 ASPC president. The election
The Pomona College Mock Trial (PCMT) team is going national for the first time in its seven-year history after beating out 24 teams last
The Power Down Challenge is revving up once again under its new title, “PowerDown, Get WaterWise.” This year, the challenge is expanding its 5C
The Pomona College economics department has hired a behavioral economist for the first time. John Clithero PO ’05, a postdoctoral scholar of neuroeconomics at the
Pomona College’s Frary Dining Hall began to double its weekday lunchtime hours on Feb. 20. The dining hall is now open from 11 a.m.
Twenty-five black-clad students from the Claremont Colleges Divestment Campaign laid down next to a homemade oil pipe at its latest action Feb. 14, creating Claremont’s first-ever
Members of the Claremont Colleges Divestment Campaign turned heads, chanting, “Divest! Divest! Divest!” to kick off their “standing-on-chair” protest yesterday, Feb. 13, at Pitzer College’s McConnell