Triangle potatoes, tater tots, home fries, oh my! With only so many options and so few meal swipes, Erin Slichter PO ’21 investigates where best to eat breakfast.
Food columnist Erin Slichter PO ’21 writes about her experience visiting the new Claremont Village Eatery.
Caffeine fuels this week’s Food Files column, which explores the evolving role of coffee in campus social culture.
Kyla Smith SC ’19 tours the refrigerator in her off-campus apartment and explains how she keeps her fridge stocked.
Scripps College will be restructuring the student positions in its residential life program next year in an effort to address criticisms voiced during a nearly two-week resident advisor strike last April. The college will be reducing the number of RAs and their responsibilities as well as adding several new
Pomona College has agreed to fly the flag of Puerto Rico alongside flags of other graduating students’ home countries at this year’s commencement. The decision follows an outpouring of student support after Pomona initially declined a Puerto Rican student’s request to have the U.S. territory’s flag displayed. Pomona began flying
A flower species’ seeds are breaking records in physics, blasting out as rapidly spinning projectiles that travel up to 20 feet, and Pomona College discovered it first. A study published last month by Pomona students and physics professor Dwight Whitaker attracted national attention, including from The New York Times, when
Students in Pomona College professor Miguel R. Tinker Salas’s Mexico-U.S. Border class visited the border in San Diego-Tijuana during spring break, where one student filmed a video that gained attention from national media of uniformed officers posing in front of border wall prototypes for pictures that some deemed to be
Bike sharing company ofo has extended its free pilot program following what it says has been a successful start at the 5Cs, exceeding expectations. “It took off,” said Austin Marshburn, ofo’s head of universities. “Really bigger than I thought it might have been. It’s not something I was expecting
Pomona Associate Professor of German and Russian Anne Dwyer will become the faculty director of the Oldenborg Center for Modern Languages and International Relations June 1, and see the center through its expected replacement with a new building, Dean Audrey Bilger announced in an email to Pomona students Feb.