On Oct. 29 and Nov. 1, the Pitzer community honored Jesse Lopez PZ ’24, who passed away the previous Friday.
Instances of sexual violence at the 5Cs were reported in 2021 at similar levels to previous years on campus, although students were only on campus for the fall semester.
Following last spring’s student body vote to disclose Pomona’s fossil fuel investments, Associated Students of Pomona College (ASPC) hosted a Nov. 10 meeting open to the student body, at which Pomona’s financial officers presented information on the college’s endowment and budget support.
To understand the significance of the recent US midterm elections, TSL spoke with 5C students and faculty about their reactions.
In 2025, the 7Cs will welcome a new student center meant to foster connection between students at the different colleges, thanks in part to its collaboration with the Human Centered Design class. Set to be constructed to the north of the Honnold-Mudd Library, the center aims to help students “gather
This October, Pitzer College’s Grove House kitchen officially reopened for the new school year. The Grove House kitchen hosted a soft opening just prior to fall break in mid-October, then officially opened for full service the following week with its hours from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m, Tuesday through Friday.
After a groundbreaking ceremony in May 2022, construction is well underway on the Nucleus, a collaborative endeavor between Scripps College and Pitzer College to expand the W.M. Keck Science Center which currently hosts both colleges’ STEM departments.
Recently, a change in Foothill Transit’s bus route, which passes through Claremont, promises to better accommodate the 5Cs — but not everyone in the surrounding community is satisfied.
El 25 de septiembre, Foothill Transit, una de las agencias de transporte público sirviendo a Claremont, modificó la ruta 188 para seguir el Claremont Boulevard en vez de Indian Hill Boulevard, mejorando el servicio a los Claremont Colleges, pero aumentando el tiempo que toma el autobús en terminar la ruta.
As its first step toward doubling its campus, Claremont McKenna College hosted a groundbreaking event for the Robert Day Sciences Center on Sept. 30. Slated to open in the fall 2024, the new building will replace a baseball field at the southwest corner of East 9th Street and Claremont Boulevard.