On April 7, author Trung Le Nguyen spoke about his graphic novel “The Magic Fish,” reflecting on how it mirrors his own life and how it handles intersectional identities.
Author: Diya Mehta
Light, love and laughter: Holi through the eyes of the 5C South Asian diaspora
While Holi fell in the middle of spring break, members of the 5C community still joyfully celebrated the holiday on March 18.
‘Passing’ film screening and Q&A deepen conversations about race, identity and desire
On Feb. 24, the Pomona College English and Media Studies Departments hosted a screening of the 2021 film “Passing,” accompanied by a discussion with Pomona English professor Cherene Sherrard-Johnson and Pomona theater and dance professor Carolyn Ratteray.
Vampires, keto and dragons delight at the Without a Box of Chocolates improv show
Without a Box blended humor, creativity and audience participation in its first improv performance of the semester, Without a Box of Chocolates, on Feb. 11.
‘Wait, What?’ Pomona professor’s latest album is a treatise on life and love
From Scarlett Johansson to Zoom romance, Pomona College professor Pierre Englebert’s third album — titled “Wait, What?” — contains a wide range of songs that show off his new music theory skills.
Halloweekend at the 5Cs offers sweets and spooks
The 29th through 31st of October is a weekend of candy, costumes and carving pumpkins — also known as Halloweekend. This year, Halloween took on an added dimension of importance for 5C students, as it was the first weekend when many COVID restrictions surrounding events and parties were lifted. This
Ina Garten and Stanley Tucci talk culinary arts, connection at Scripps Presents
Stanley Tucci and Ina Garten spoke together at Scripps Presents on Oct. 7, chatting about the power of knowing how to cook and Tucci’s new memoir.
‘The greatest act of resistance’: CrossBorder Photography exhibition reframes traditional conceptions
The “CrossBorder Photography” exhibition at the Benton Museum of Art aims to challenge commonly-held conceptions of the US-Mexico border.
Nobody puts ballroom in the corner: The changing face of the CCBDC
The Claremont Colleges Ballroom Dance Company is on a mission to make the world of ballroom dance more inclusive.