After nearly a decade at The Claremont Colleges Services, Vice President for Student Affairs Denise Hayes will resign at the end of the semester
When Zenaida Huerta CM ’20 was a high school senior, she spent the entire year working for former California state Sen. Tony Mendoza.
As the Yule Ball descended into chaos last semester and students forced their way past Campus Safety officers, the officers remained generally calm
Pomona College math professor Omayra Ortega introduced a social justice component to the Introduction to Statistics class (MATH058 PO) offered this semester, prompting
As sexual assault allegations against prominent figures are exploding across the country, one tactic that some colleges claim to use to prevent sexual assault
After three protesters disrupted a Tuesday Noon talk by Hussam Ayloush, the executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, earlier this month, Scripps College
Last weekend, Pomona College launched its program to provide DivaCups to students at no cost through the Sustainability Office. This initiative, in partnership with Diva
A week-long heat wave last month forced students living without air conditioning to shed their blankets at night in desperation. Temperatures in Claremont soared