Nestled near the iconic clock tower, this student-operated café beautifully harmonizes
sustainability, community, and culinary creativity. The bungalow is more than just a symbol of environmental commitment; it embodies the essence of Pitzer culture, fostering deep bonds within the student community.
WorldWe Youth 5C is the youth branch of a broader national anti-sex trafficking and sex trade abolition organization World Without Exploitation. Club leaders hosted their second Sex Trade 101 semi-interactive presentation and conversation at Motley Coffeehouse on October 3rd at 7pm.
Through this event, presenters seeked to examine the multifaceted dynamics and origins of the commercial sex trade and the dimensions of social factors driving demand and overrepresentation within the prostitution system.
Certain individuals at the 5Cs see the practice of being barefoot to be a proactive manner to reconnect with the earth and interweave the body and mind. Additionally several barefoot enthusiasts has experienced several health benefits as a result of adopting this way of life.
Robert Gottlieb, Emeritus professor of Urban & Environmental Policy at Occidental College, delivered a talk at the Argue Auditorium at Pomona College on Wednesday, April 5th, about his research on the framework of care-centered politics and how it can be used to restructure and transform the food system. Gottlieb is the author of numerous books, including Care Centered Politics: From Home to the Planet, which was published in 2022.
Pomona College EcoReps is a student branch of the Pomona Sustainability Office, functioning as a sustainability hub for the 5C community and beyond. The EcoReps promote everyday sustainability through gift giving and eating, offering free and reusable period products, hosting composting workshops and facilitating spaces such as the Walker Flea Market.
Benton Art Museum Exhibit “Gilded, Carved, and Embossed: Latin American Art, 1500-1800” opened on on Wednesday March 22. Through various paintings and sculptures, the showcase reveals the inventive skill and creativity of Indigenous artists produced during the European rule of Latin America, reflecting the dynamics of colonial power within this era.
RePrinting Claremont opened at the Garner House on Saturday, March 4. The exhibition weaved together Claremont past, present and future through Claremont Heritage’s Special Collections and student artwork to display the shared roots of the Claremont community.
Beneath the rain clouds on Feb. 24 and Feb. 26, The orchestra took the audience on a journey through time.
Their performance spanned Nicolai’s “Overture The Merry Wives of Windsor,” Mozart’s “Flute Concerto No. 2 in D major” and “Dvořák’s Symphony No. 7 in D minor, Op. 70.”
The 5C Yoga Collective is a community of free and accessible student-led yoga practices at the 5Cs. Through the club, the instructors teach informal and recreational college classes. Yoga Collective hopes to provide the 5C community with a space to destress from the hustle of everyday life through community building.