Between 1985 and 1986, a campaign to divest from companies doing business in apartheid-era South Africa took hold across the nation. Now, 27 years
Some Pomona College students are organizing to open a conversation about the policy of Residence Hall Staff (RHS) and what constitutes private space and
Cameron Munter, a former U.S. ambassador to Pakistan and Serbia, will join Pomona College’s International Relations program as a visiting professor for three years.
Pomona College President David Oxtoby sent an e-mail to Pomona students Sept. 19 announcing the resignation of Vice President for Advancement Chris Ponce, who
The Queer Resource Center (QRC) of the Claremont Colleges has hired Ebony Williams as Programming Director, a new position that will involve organizing events
A Pitzer College Climate Action Plan released April 9 includes recommendations for reducing the school’s greenhouse gas emissions. The study, which was conducted and
Admissions officers at the Claremont Colleges estimate that the number of prospective students visiting campus has increased this year, although most schools do not
Pomona College is considering a variety of strategies to help close a dining services budget shortfall, including a change to the default meal plan,
After being restricted to Claremont McKenna College students and registered guests for more than a year, CMC’s Thursday Night Club (TNC) party will soon
The boycott on Pomona’s dining halls last semester brought to attention workers’ compensation and, by extension, how students’ meal plans contribute to dining operations.