Claremont McKenna College plans to add 75 acres to its campus with new athletic facilities and a previously-planned science center, thanks to a $140 million gift from trustee and alumnus George Roberts CM ’66.
Claremont McKenna College’s Collins Dining Hall experienced partial flooding Monday morning after an underground hot water pipe broke. The flooding at Collins affected the east lobby and caused the dish room to be temporarily disabled, Erin Watkins, associate vice president for finance and treasurer, told the CMC community in an
The rise in COVID-19 cases across the 5Cs following students’ return from spring break is leading 5C administrators to respond with several pertinent changes, some effective immediately.
In a first at the Claremont Colleges, caste is now a protected category as part of Scripps College’s discrimination and harassment policies
After a nearly two-year hiatus, cross-campus dining will gradually return at the 5Cs beginning Feb. 26, according to emails from college administrators Thursday. A decline in COVID-19 cases across the consortium allowed for the reopening, which will take place in stages to accommodate for operational challenges and flexibility as case counts change.
Pitzer College President Melvin Oliver will retire from his post at the end of the 2021-2022 academic year, he announced in an email to the Pitzer community Thursday. He served as the school’s sixth president, beginning his tenure July 1, 2016 and becoming the first Black president of any of the Claremont Colleges.
A major wind storm knocked out power to the 5Cs Friday night, toppling trees and causing significant damage across the campuses.
In-person, outdoor classes may resume at Scripps College and Claremont McKenna College as early as Monday, a thaw in the colleges’ decision to delay in-person instruction to the third week owing to a spike in COVID-19 cases amid the omicron variant surge.
Scripps College residential coordinators are protesting the Nov. 8 probation of one of their members, the latest in a spate of grievances the team has reported with the college’s administration this semester.
As The Student Life works to serve the 7C community with integrity, the process of fostering accessibility needs to start within our own newsroom. That’s why we’re serving as TSL’s first-ever diversity & inclusion editors.