Pitzer College recently established a search committee to find a replacement Dean of Faculty for next fall, following the school’s announcement that current Dean of Faculty Alan Jones will be retiring after ten years in the position. While the committee still plans to have a replacement selected by the spring
Students at the Claremont Colleges involved in the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) Energy Service Corps will take the bottom-up approach to promoting sustainability next week as part of Energy Education Week, which begins on Nov. 14 and aims to educate K-12 students about energy efficiency and environmental conservation.
After years of asking for a comprehensive 5C events calendar, students have finally gotten one. Last Tuesday, students of the Claremont Colleges were notified by e-mail of the 5C launch of the new CollegiateLink website, a service designed to cater to the needs of 5C clubs and organizations and to
On Oct. 21 Claremont McKenna (CMC) celebrated the opening of the Kravis Center, the new building located on the corner of Columbia Avenue and Eighth Street. The ceremony brought students, faculty, and staff together in recognition of the award-winning structure. However, the center did not come about without a few
Harvey Mudd College (HMC) President Maria Klawe is a big deal among college presidents. She is HMC’s first female president, has received much recognition over the years for her research into computer science, was welcomed onto the Board of Directors at Microsoft in 2009, and is known among friends for
Associate Professor of Geology at Pomona College Robert Gaines continued his research into Burgess Shale-type deposits in the Yunnan Province this summer, furthering his use of a massive $184,036 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) that he received in December. The grant, which Gaines and his team received for
_x000D_ As students began to arrive on Pomona’s campus three weeks ago, many may have been wondering, “What’s with all the black fences?” It is difficult to miss this most recent addition to the Pomona scenery, as the college has fenced off much of the school’s South Campus, including Dartmouth