Kohoutek, an annual music festival hosted by Pitzer College, was quieted and forced indoors by a noise complaint April 20.
The second annual “Chirped Challenge” cooking competition was hosted at Claremont McKenna College’s Collins Dining Hall April 4.
Scripps College’s contract with Sodexo, a food services company that operates prisons in other countries, is set to expire in 2020, and students have been putting pressure on the administration to not renew its contract. More than 40 students protested the school’s involvement with the French multinational company outside Malott
Harvey Mudd College, Pomona College and Scripps College have announced the keynote speakers for their May 2019 commencement ceremonies.
Construction of the new Pomona College Art Museum, situated along College Avenue between Second Street and Bonita Avenue, is well underway. And after surviving procedural hurdles and lawsuits, the museum is set to open in 2020. By June 2019, the commissioning phase will begin, which will include an environmental and
Pitzer College and Scripps College student governments are expanding their funding options to fund a variety of gender-affirming actions for transgender, intersex, and non-binary students, according to then–Pitzer Student Senate Treasurer Jessica Miao PZ ’21 and Scripps Associated Students President Irene Yi SC ’19. Pitzer Senate Budget Committee now offers
In the wake of President Donald Trump’s memo affecting the rights and recognition of transgender people, students at the Claremont Colleges expressed feeling fearful and angry at the colleges’ administration for their tepid responses and support. The Trump administration issued a memo Oct. 21 that defined gender as purely biological,
Students at the Claremont Colleges recognized Indigenous Peoples’ Day Oct. 8 with the fourth annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Midnight Celebration at Scripps College’s Malott Commons and a visit to festivities at City Hall in downtown Los Angeles. The celebration in LA marked the removal of a Columbus statue in Los
Tony Mecia, a journalist from the Weekly Standard, spoke on the effects of legalizing recreational marijuana use in Colorado at a talk hosted by the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum at Claremont McKenna College Sept. 26. Mecia said that he didn’t have a strong opinion on the recreational marijuana issue and