Claremont Graduate University received a gift of $14 million — among the largest in its 95-year history — from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians to purchase the Huntley Bookstore.
Pomona College will start the semester with remote learning, president G. Gabrielle Starr announced Friday, citing county restrictions.
Claremont McKenna College’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship was renamed in honor of benefactor Randall Lewis CM ’73 after a $3.75 million donation to the center.
Pitzer College suspended all study abroad for the spring 2021 semester with hopes to resume an expanded roster of programs for the summer and full study abroad options in fall 2021, college officials announced in an email to students Friday.
In response to the news that spring 2021 would bring another compressed semester, students reacted with a mixture of anger, stress and confusion.
ASPC unanimously passed a resolution addressing concerns and issues with the 6C interim Title IX policy introduced in August, ASPC President Payal Kachru PO ’21 announced in a Sept. 25 email.
After President Donald Trump and numerous other White House staff members tested positive for the virus, TSL spoke with Claremont McKenna College politics professor John J. Pitney Jr. to get an expert opinion on the consequences of the outbreak.
After publishing an article last week on how the California wildfires affected 5C students, TSL sat down with Pomona College Professor of Environmental Analysis and History Char Miller to get an expert opinion on the effects of climate change and an Indigenous perspective on this year’s wildfires along the West Coast.
Blackbaud, the alumni and donor engagement management service used by Pomona College, experienced a ransomware attack that compromised personal information of Pomona alumni, parents and students this past spring.
California residents and 5C students on the West Coast have been impacted by the orange skies and smoke of this year’s wildfire season — the worst on record in California’s history.