CMC Rolls Out New Reporting Software for Campus Misconduct

Claremont McKenna College announced the launching of CMCListens, an online platform for reporting instances of misconduct and other serious concerns within the CMC community, on Oct. 5. The platform was announced in an email to the student body from Vice President and General Counsel Matthew Bibbens. In the email, Bibbens discussed the responsibility

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Pitzer Begins Construction Planning for Sustainability Conservancy Across Foothill

Architects have begun plans for constructing a permanent location for Pitzer College’s Robert Redford Conservancy for Southern California Sustainability, which was founded in 2012 to enhance the college's academic programming around environmental and social justice. The Conservancy will be located on Pitzer’s property at the Robert J. Bernard Biological Field Station, north

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CMC Introduces New Alcohol Policy Regulations

Claremont Mckenna College (CMC) emailed its student body a document on Aug. 30 outlining the new High-risk Alcohol and Drug Use Prevention Program developed by CMC's Personal and Social Responsibility Steering Committee (PSR) over the summer. The program includes several new regulations, one being that any event with over 15 attendees must be registered, regardless of whether the

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5C Students Unharmed in Nepal Earthquake; Students, Alumni of Pitzer in Nepal Program Call for Support

A 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal April 25, killing a reported 7,000 people and affecting over eight million. The 13 students from the Claremont Colleges participating in Pitzer College’s study abroad program in Nepal were not injured, but the survivors are redoubling their efforts to support their host families and others

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CMC Increases Percentage of Reserved Rooms for Incoming First-Year Students

Claremont McKenna College announced April 10 that it plans to increase the number of beds reserved for first-year students from 10 percent per residence hall to 20 percent. This policy change left significantly fewer spaces for current students in popular residence halls, particularly those in North Quad: Green Hall, Appleby

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Pitzer Task Force Proposes Changes to Graduation Requirements

After eight years of brainstorming, drafting and revising, the Pitzer College Educational Objectives Taskforce, an all-faculty council, presented a proposal of changes to Pitzer’s graduation guidelines to the Pitzer Student Senate March 1. However, the proposal incited concern in the Pitzer Student Senate for its lack of student input. Currently,

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