Claremont Plants ‘Seeds of Hope’ for Earth Day Celebration

  Claremont held its 9th Annual Earth Day Celebration in downtown Claremont on April 22. Sponsored by the City of Claremont, Sustainable Claremont, and the Interfaith Sustainability Council, the celebration attracted many members of the greater Claremont community, including community members and friends as well as Claremont College students. This year’s

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Pomona, Pitzer Tie for Second Among Liberal Arts Colleges for Fulbright Awards

Pomona College and Pitzer College tied for second on a national list of undergraduate liberal arts institutions with most students awarded Fulbright Fellowships for the 2016–17 academic year, according to a report published by The Chronicle of Higher Education on Feb. 19. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides fellowship grants

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Balking National Trend, Most Harvey Mudd College CS Grads are Women

Last school year, for the first time, women made up the majority—54 percent—of computer science majors graduating from Harvey Mudd College, according to a Jan. 4 Los Angeles Times article. Men have traditionally had much higher representation in computer science. The gender imbalance begins as early as high school, where more male

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Chef, Author Eddie Huang Tackles Cultural Appropriation of Food at Athenaeum

“When I was five, I remember eating these soup dumplings, and was like ‘How the f*** did they get soup in this dumpling?’ I was enthralled, and every step of the way soup dumplings have been there,” Eddie Huang said to the audience at Claremont McKenna College’s Marian Miner Cook

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