Four student-run businesses — Claremont Challah, the Mac Shack, Milk & Honey and The Motley — are creating cuisine and community across the Claremont Colleges. Each with a unique flavor and mission, students are fed and paid by virtue of one another. Claremont Challah Picture this: You’re frantically writing a
Latinx affinity groups create spaces for 7CLatinx students, also referred to as Latine, to find community on campus. TSL spoke with student leaders from Pomona College and Claremont McKenna College to learn more about their organizations. Pomona College Latinx Alliance The Pomona College Latinx Alliance (LXA) strives to provide a
On Oct. 26, the Pomona Valley United Nations Association (UNA) hosted a banquet to celebrate the United Nation’s 78th birthday at Pomona College. With around 300 attendees, the full house banquet included a seven-course meal, live performances, exhibits and speakers. Guest speaker Branwen Williams — professor of Environmental Biology and
Banner bandits struck on Scripps College’s campus — not once, but 21 times. The banners that once adorned the campus-wide lamp posts disappeared in late August and early September. These thefts resulted in $6,000 of total damages as well as additional work for staff to replace the banners. Students were
Scripps transfer students expressed frustration with Scripps Resife after being placed in off-campus housing.
At the beginning of the 2023-2024 academic year, Pomona College was ranked the fourth best private college for financial aid by the Princeton Review. Pomona joined the ranks of Vassar College, Princeton University, Yale University, Vanderbilt University and 15 other schools that made headlines earlier this year for their generous