Pitzer College is hosting a new art exhibit entitled “Nepal’s Civil War: A Photographic Retrospective,” which features a series of photographs depicting select aspects of Nepali life after the civil war, in the Founders Room of the McConnell Center. The exhibit is an initiative of Pitzer’s Global Local Program, a
Tonight The Balcony will open its second student exhibition of the year, “Casting Shadows,” in the Smith Campus Center at Pomona College. As the title suggests, the exhibit will focus on light and shadow aesthetics through a variety of media. It will include photography, paintings, and sculptures from 16 artists.
Pitzer College’s Grove House kicked off the weekend’s Halloween celebrations last Friday Oct. 25 with its 111th birthday party. The party included carnival-style string lights, a bounce house, food trucks, a haunted house, and music provided by the Herbert Bail Orchestra, the Jaguars, and student DJ Ethan Long PZ ’16. There was
Pitzer College’s Grove House hosted the “Barry Johnson Acoustic Show: A Night of Community Art and Activism” last Friday, Oct. 12. The event showcased five artists: John Ellis and Chloe Tess Cohen (both PZ ’17), Merry Christmas, Tan Sister Radio, Tough Stuff, and Barry Johnson. As musicians were predominantly local,
In celebration of National Coming Out Day, guest speaker Sinclair Sexsmith performed at an open mic at Scripps College’s Motley Coffeehouse Oct. 8. The Queer Resource Center, Claremont McKenna College’s Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Students’ Union, and Scripps’s FAMILY co-sponsored the event. Sexsmith is an educator, coach, and writer specializing
Artist Lyle Harris skirted questions at the opening reception of “Glyphs: Acts of Inscription,” the new exhibition at the Pitzer College Nichols and Kallick Family galleries, on Sept. 19. Instead, he asked the audience, “What do you see?” “Glyphs” is a challenge. Each piece in the exhibition pushes its viewers to
I’m a Pitzer first-year. Not a freshman, freshy, frosh, or any other related title. The root ‘freshman’ contains politically incorrect hierarchical and gendered characteristics, so I am irrefutably, absolutely, and indefinitely, a first-year student—until I get to be a second-year student, anyway. The moment we receive that special letter of
The 5C Late Night Stand-Up Comedy Club performed their first show of the semester last Saturday night at Pomona College’s Doms Lounge. The club’s three senior members, co-presidents Ellie McElvain SC ’14 and Charles Blyzniuk CM ’14 along with contributing comic and host Joseph Ocon PO ’14, performed in