As a Pomona College alumna in Washington D.C. stood in front of the Supreme Court on Tuesday among the plaintiffs challenging President Donald Trump
Presidential candidate and former Pomona College student Marianne Williamson wants 5C students to know she’s not a “wacko crystal lady,” as some have characterized her.
The New York Times’ Michael Barbaro, host of “The Daily” podcast, discussed audio journalism at a Scripps Presents event.
When Student Health Services decided to suspend routine medical appointments Sept. 24, student deans across the 5Cs found themselves in the same boat as students: completely unaware.
Or at least, that’s what the consortium says now. Last week, The Claremont Colleges Services said deans were involved in “all the changes to the services being provided at SHS.”
Either way, students remained without formal notice from their respective colleges for at least a week.
Student Health Services is currently not scheduling non-urgent appointments due to “critical” staff shortage.
Claremont Graduate University withdrew from the International Place of the Claremont Colleges over the summer, officials said.
Scripps College hosted the Claremont Colleges’ annual “Turf Dinner” club fair Tuesday. Students were frustrated by the long line generated by a new layout for the event.
Eight high-level administrators have left Pomona since President Starr took office, propmpting questions about transparency and continuity.
Senior Obama advisor Ben Rhodes visited Pomona and discussed his book, the Trump presidency, and Pitzer’s Haifa study abroad program with TSL.
Scripps admitted another large class this year, raising concerns of another housing shortage like last year’s, which sent 38 students to CGU.