Viridiana Chabolla PO ’13 is among the plaintiffs in a Supreme Court case challenging President Donald Trump’s repeal of DACA.
A proposed 0.75 percent Claremont sales tax that supporters say would have boosted city revenues by $2.5 million appears headed toward defeat. But with more than 1,000 ballots from Tuesday’s special election yet to be counted, a community group supporting Measure CR isn’t conceding just yet.
Frank L. Ellsworth, president of Pitzer College from 1979 to 1991, died at his home Oct. 20. He was 76.
Pomona College is making its resident advisors hourly employees, administrators announced in a meeting with RAs Monday evening, a change from previous policy that treated RAs as independent contractors and paid them an annual salary.
ASCMC agreed Sunday to guarantee annual funding for CMC Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence’s professional training at the start of each academic year.
Metrolink’s horns are a mainstay on Pomona’s South Campus, but that may someday change: Claremont could soon be eligible for a “quiet zone” from the California Public Utilities Commission so that trains would no longer be required to sound their horns in city limits.
Despite cutting the number of students cited for alcohol policy violations in half last year, Pomona College still took disciplinary action against more students than all the other 5Cs combined, according to 5C crime and disciplinary data released Oct. 1.
The LA Metro’s Gold Line is set to extend to Claremont, but a lack of funding jeopardizes a plan that would improve 5C students’ access to LA.
The programs Pomona College has implemented to help students afford textbooks have left many students unclear if and how they can receive financial support for academic materials.
CMC students are pushing the school to advance its carbon neutrality deadline, and Scripps students are calling to join a sustainibility pact.