The local Claremont Colleges chapter of the Sunrise Movement has grown to 100 active members this semester, up from just 10 members last semester.
For the first time in history, the 5Cs have formed a unified sustainability coalition with representatives from all the Claremont Colleges called RegEn.
Student activists have rekindled the Claremont Colleges’ fossil fuel divestment movement this semester and are focusing their attention on pressuring Pomona College to divest its endowment from fossil fuel interests.
Tickets to Claremont McKenna College’s annual Monte Carlo party are free this year, but the number available is limited by school.
First-generation, low-income (FLI) Pomona College first-years arrived on campus this fall without a summer orientation “bridge” program they helped to plan, despite Pomona President G. Gabrielle Starr’s commitment last year to implement such a program in the near future.
PO develops a new plan for international student representation at commencement, The Shakedown didn’t recieve PZ Senate funding and more.
Claremont Police ticketed several drivers and bikers for not stopping at a crosswalk near Marston Quad April 1. They face fines up to $100.
Scripps admitted another large class this year, raising concerns of another housing shortage like last year’s, which sent 38 students to CGU.
Pomona violated its work-study contract, informing nearly 60 students that they had reached their work-study limit and needed to stop working.
Keck Graduate Institute is pursuing plans to build a new medical school, aiming to fill a shortage of primary care physicians in California.