Don’t Fight Fire With Fire: Daesh, Hatred and Islamophobia

“Ahlan wa sahlan! Jordan welcomes you.”  The number of times I heard that greeting during my semester in Amman, especially in taxis, increased my affinity for the country. As a Palestinian-Jordanian-American, I enjoyed spending my childhood summers traveling between the United States and the Middle East, familiarizing myself with Arab

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Social Media Does Not Replace the Yearbook

An important fixture of college life is rapidly disappearing. Yearbooks are being dropped at colleges across the country, including right here at Pomona College. The Associated Students of Pomona College (ASPC) announced recently that Pomona’s yearbook, Metate, will be discontinued for a number of reasons. According to First-Year Class President

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5Cs Reach Toward Environmental Goals

The Claremont Colleges are slowly but surely moving toward becoming an environmentally friendly consortium. Past steps toward sustainability include converting 10 percent of Harvey Mudd College’s 500,000 square feet of landscaped area to drought-tolerant landscaping since 2001, Pomona College’s grounds crew reducing grass on campus by 43,402 square feet from

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