This week, the Pomona Student Union (PSU) held the event “Consider the Sponsor Group: Asking the Hard Questions.” In keeping with this theme, this
Many of the clothing items sported by Men’s Blue and White proudly bear the fact that this a cappella group was formed in 1895.
The November issues of TSL from the 1940s and 1950s were overwhelmingly about football. It appears that in those days, football was one of the
Halloween may be over, but if you still have costume parties to attend this weekend, four TSL writers of 1973 have some suggestions. On
From Oct. 24 to Oct. 28, 1932, The Student Life conducted a poll to find out Claremont Colleges students’ opinions on the upcoming presidential election.
The Claremont Colleges took part in a national protest calling for the end of the Vietnam War on Oct. 15, 1969. Classes were cancelled;
In 1965, TSL began devoting two pages per issue to a feature entitled “The Pitzer Pioneer.”At the time, Pitzer College was brand new. “The Pitzer
On this day in 1957, TSL published its first issue of the school year—with Kris Kristofferson as Sports Editor! The issue was full
This week in “Ye Olde Student Life,” we journey back to the very first issue ever published—in November of 1889. Then called The Pomona Student,
While I would have loved to finish my Ye Olde TSL tenure with a truly revelatory find, I have too much essay-writing left to spend