HMC Bicycle Class Changes the Gears of Local Government

Few politics classes at the 5Cs are as hands-on as Bicycle Revolution. The Harvey Mudd College class, first taught during the Spring 2016 semester by Professor Paul Steinberg, has students bike to meetings with advocacy groups and city officials. The class, which is offered again next semester, focuses on environmental politics, specifically on political

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Tongva Living History Garden Lays Down Roots for Community Building

  A scrub oak tree welcomes visitors to the Tongva Living History Garden, in respect for the tree’s life-giving importance for Tongva people. The garden, a brainchild of Barbara Drake, a Tongva Elder, and Scott Scoggins, director of Pitzer’s Native Summer Pipeline to College program and Pitzer’s tribal liaison, is located in

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Ath Speaker Series Kicks Off with Free Speech Talk by TV Host Dave Rubin

Dave Rubin, TV personality and comedian, opened the 2017-2018 speaker series at Claremont McKenna College’s Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum on Sept. 12 with his lecture “The Rubin Report: An Evening of Free Speech with Dave Rubin.” A self-defined classical liberal known for his political satire and direct approach, Rubin is

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