Tuition as the 5Cs has increased by up to 36% since 2013-14. TSL reviewed eight years of financial statements to look at what this means for students.
Budding conversations among Claremont residents may lead to legal dispensaries within city limits. Though personal recreational use is allowed, city leaders say the ultimate decision as to whether to welcome the commercial sale of cannabis will come down to community feedback.
Ronald Lopez Sr., who played a key role in creating the 5C program in Chicano/a Latino/a Studies, died in Sacramento March 10. He was 83. Lopez helped establish what was then called the Mexican American Studies Center in 1969, in what would become the second program of its type in the country. He served as the executive director of the center for four years and helped oversee the department’s renaming to Chicano Studies Center.
After the Vietnamese language table left Oldenborg last semester due to a dispute over English usage, former mentors are demanding that Oldenborg support it again without compromising its inclusivity.
When Maria Lyven PO ’22 asked her family how they were doing last week, her mother told her that she woke up to the sound of explosions.
The 5Cs’ endowment funds grew by up to 43 percent in the 2020-21 fiscal year, despite a year of hardship and uncertainty.
The effects of the Jan. 21 Santa Ana windstorm continue to reverberate as cleanup efforts carry on across the 7Cs, while the loss of beloved trees has left students, faculty and staff questioning next steps.
Following multiple allegations of abusive behavior against a Pitzer College student, 5C student groups came together in support of survivors and demanded more effective action from administration regarding cases of sexual assault and harassment.
Students at the 7Cs are now eligible to receive COVID-19 booster shots under California health guidelines.
This month, some 5C students were puzzled to discover their COVID-19 test results from Student Health Services read “Pnegative,” rather than the formerly reported “negative.”
The reason for their confusion? SHS began pooled testing on Nov. 1, and results shifted accordingly to reflect the new process in place.