PO Professor Hollis-Brusky Wins C. Herman Pritchett Award for Latest Book

  Amanda Hollis-Brusky, associate professor of politics at Pomona College, has been awarded the 2016 C. Herman Pritchett award for her latest book, Ideas With Consequences: The Federalist Society and the Conservative Counterrevolution. The C. Herman Pritchett award is issued annually by the American Political Science Association to the best

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Roberts Pavilion Opens, Receives Positive Feedback From Student Previews

Roberts Pavilion, the new Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) sports center, was unveiled on Apr. 8 for students, faculty, and staff to preview before its official opening in August. Claremont Mckenna College, Scripps College, and Harvey Mudd College students can currently test out new equipment and take guided tours of the Pavilion.   “It exceeded

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Campus Safety Seeks to Improve Emergency Notification Process

  Campus Safety is currently in the process of reviewing the Claremont Consortium’s safety notification procedures following a trespassing incident on Pomona College’s campus in October 2015.  Stan Skipworth, director of Campus Safety, explained that a review process typically follows any major incident that involves Campus Safety. According to Skipworth, the incident

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CMC Silicon Valley Program Offers Students Experience in Tech Fields

Claremont McKenna College will begin a search for a new director for its Silicon Valley Program, which offers students the opportunity to apply their liberal arts education to the technological working world. The program originated from the Evans’ Information Technology Advisory Board Networking trip, a weeklong event during winter break that gave students a chance to

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