International Students Face Numerous Obstacles to U.S. Employment

As graduation season approaches, not all students feel the excitement of new possibilities that comes with obtaining their diplomas.  For the growing number of international students at the Claremont Colleges, graduation does not automatically mean returning to their home country. Many hope to remain in the U.S. in order to

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New York Times Journalist Shares Experiences Working in China

  New York Times reporter Andrew Jacobs came to Claremont McKenna’s Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum on Tuesday, Nov. 1, to talk about his experiences covering China-related issues in the Times’ Beijing bureau for nearly eight years. Jacobs is the recipient of two Pulitzer Prizes for his coverage of the Sept. 11

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Ballroom Dance Company Kicks Off Semester with Blues Performance

The Claremont Colleges Ballroom Dance Company held its first event of the semester, Kickoff Blues, on Friday, Sept. 10. Edmunds Ballroom reverberated with the groovy tunes of blues music as veteran and novice dancers alike showed up for the event. Kickoff Blues, organized by the Claremont Colleges Ballroom Dance Company

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