Student Health Services will begin providing COVID-19 vaccines to all members of the Claremont community 18 years of age or older April 16.
The Claremont Colleges celebrated Women’s History Month with the inaugural Black and Brown Women of Color conference.
Pomona College’s Black Student Union got the green light March 1 on finally having a designated, physical space on campus.
5C faculty and some students employed by the colleges were able to get vaccinated after LA County moved to Phase 1B Tier 1 March 1.
The Claremont Colleges will require students to get a flu vaccine if they’re allowed to return to campus for the spring 2021 semester, per new campus reopening protocol.
Keck Graduate Institute received a $5 million grant for the future KGI School of Medicine from L.A. Care Health Plan, a healthcare provider to more than 2 million vulnerable and low-income residents, the school said in an Oct. 5 press release.
Pomona College became the first of the 5Cs to prohibit all relationships between faculty and students when the college’s board of trustees approved a new policy in May.
Last month, Pomona College granted the Black Student Union’s request for Black students to have their own designated room on campus with the caveat that the room would only be theirs after 7 p.m. In response, the BSU is calling for that room to be available “full time.”
Pomona College politics professor Amanda Hollis-Brusky virtually testified before the House Judiciary Committee on Sept. 22 about the role of judicial independence in safeguarding the rule of law.
5C faculty describe working from home and parenting while teaching classes over Zoom in a virtual semester.