Cecile Richards, the former president of Planned Parenthood, spoke to a packed auditorium at Scripps College’s Garrison Theater Jan. 30.
Eight high-level administrators have left Pomona since President Starr took office, propmpting questions about transparency and continuity.
The 5Cs elected a diverse group of student government presidents with varied experiences and goals.
Attendance at ASPC meetings by paid senators has been low, hampering the organization’s ability to pass legislation.
The 5Cs released their admission decisions for the class of 2023 over the past few weeks. Some offered information about the admitted student pool.
Pitzer College and Scripps College’s student governments hosted a joint student forum on Claremont McKenna’s exit from Keck Science Department.
Pomona College announced Wednesday that the Pomona Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault program has been suspended for the remainder of the spring semester, an unanticipated and controversial move that prompted nearly 100 students to pack an ASPC meeting room to voice their dissent. Written by the President’s Advisory Committee
After reversing her controversial decision last fall to move Pomona College’s Orientation Adventure to students’ sophomore years, Dean of Students Avis Hinkson has held three open forums this semester to collect feedback for the new temporary Orientation Committee. Hinkson, who arrived at Pomona in August, announced in December the school
Marianne Williamson, a spiritual guru, activist and author who studied theater and philosophy at Pomona College from 1970 to 1972, announced Monday that she’s running for the 2020 Democratic nomination for president. Williamson began her bid with a call to action, telling a doting audience at the Saban Theatre in
Claremont McKenna College’s Jeff Huang to become St. Paul’s School president Jeff Huang, vice president for admission and financial aid at Claremont McKenna College, will be leaving later this year to become president of St. Paul’s School, a private independent school in Brooklandville, Maryland, according to an email President Hiram