Turning their lack of a coach into a strength, Pomona College’s mock trial team is having a standout season.
A new student band on campus, Drive Thru Therapy has found inspiration and restoration in Phoebe Bridgers, fast food and casual jam sessions.
April 2 saw the return of the a capella festival SCAMfest, delighting audiences with dazzling performances after the event was postponed from the fall.
On Friday, April 1, 5C students can party with fellow philanthropists at Party With A Purpose’s second annual fundraiser. Come have fun and do some good!
Pomona’s March 7 HenTalks explored the ideas behind and connections between dust-protecting particles, polygamy and the US’ poor track record as an ally.
SageMUN V, Pomona College Model United Nations’ fifth annual conference, offered delegates a chance to explore distinctive and creative global scenarios.
“The Last, Best Small Town” follows two SoCal families as they navigate culture, race and the American Dream. The play will run from March 3-6.
The PZ Threads 2022 fashion week will celebrate 5C style, promote sustainability and empower students to create their own wardrobes.
Improvisation and camaraderie are at the heart of Tea Rooom, the 5Cs’ newest band that’s committed to not taking themselves too seriously.
“Known & Understood: Selections from the Permanent Collection,” is assistant curator of collections Salim Moore’s first museum show.