Rare Book Exhibition Encourages Hands-On Attitude

You can look, but can you touch?  As of Jan. 5, Scripps College’s Clark Humanities Museum is home to an exhibit displaying a number of books designed and installed by the students of Assistant Professor of Art Kitty Maryatt’s Core III course, “From Materiality to Immateriality: The Coming of the Artist

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5C Disability Center Observes Disability Awareness Month

The Student Disability Resources Center (SDRC), located in Tranquada Student Services Center, opened its doors to the Claremont community in September to provide a centralized resource center to support students with disabilities across the 7C campuses. Now, halfway through the semester, the SDRC is celebrating its first few months of

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CMC Alumni Talk Future of Journalism

Last month, British author, editor and blogger Andrew Sullivan declared to his audience in Claremont that print media’s future is dead. A five-person panel convened at Claremont McKenna College’s Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum on Oct. 13 to explain exactly why Sullivan was mistaken. Comprising of six CMC alums and a

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Luci Tapahonso Explores Navajo Themes, Family Roots in Poetry

Luci Tapahonso, a professor of English literature and language at the University of New Mexico, gave a poetry reading at the Honnold/Mudd Library on Sept. 29, hosted by Claremont Graduate University’s School of Arts and Humanities. Tapahonso was appointed as Navajo Nation’s first-ever poet laureate in 2013, merited by her

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