If you went to a drag bar in Los Angeles in the 1980s or ’90s, you might have seen a buoyant Reynaldo Rivera working the room.
The fourth annual Money Matters Week was organized by the FLI at Pomona College, and highlights how the 5Cs engage in classist activities.
Humans vs. Zombies is a biannual phenomenon at the 5Cs, and this semester the zombie apocalypse began Feb. 19. When students in bandanas start sprinting between classes with balls of socks, everyone knows — it’s game on. It looks fun, but for the ignorant, or cautiously curious, there are questions.
Student bakers gathered at the Motley Coffeehouse on Feb. 8, primed to wow their peers with their culinary skills at the biannual Motley Student Bake Off. A crowd of student samplers showed up before noon, and the line stretched all the way around Seal Court for the duration of the
Two Claremont a cappella teams brought their A-game to the stage last Saturday at the 23rd annual West Quarterfinal of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, held at Pomona College’s Bridges Auditorium. First to perform were the Claremont Shades, which had hosted the competition for the past four years,
British-Lebanese scholar Nader El-Bizri ended his teaching tour at the Claremont Colleges with a lecture, “Arabic Classical Traditions in the History of the Exact Sciences,” at the Marion Miner Cook Athenaeum the night of Tuesday, Feb. 28. El-Bizri is an architect, historian, philosopher, and mathematician teaching at the American