Pomona Junior Helps Revive Dying Guatemalan Language

This summer, Rodrigo Ranero PO ’14 will return to his home country of Guatemala and, with the help of grants from both the Strauss Foundation and Davis Projects for Peace, will contribute to a collaborative effort to reclaim the Xinka language. His work this summer is part of a project

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Pitzer Senior Studio Art Majors Exhibit Work

This Thursday marked the start of “Authentifiction,” Pitzer College’s Senior Thesis Exhibition. The exhibition, which showcases the work of Pitzer’s graduating studio art majors, is on display at three locations: the Nichols Gallery in the Broad Center, the Lenzner Family Art Gallery in Atherton Hall, and the Barbara Hinshaw Memorial

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Pomona Entrepreneurs Take on the World

Pomona Ventures, Pomona College’s first organization dedicated to student entrepreneurship, will be giving selected students up to $4,000 to start their own companies this summer. The grants will be in the form of summer fellowships funded primarily by Pomona alumni, similar to the Summer Undergraduate Research Program, and students will work

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Nourish International to Work in Cameroon

Nourish International, a 5C organization focused on combating world poverty, will head to Fundong, Cameroon this summer to participate in a community-based project. The group will be collaborating with Better Family Foundation, a grassroots organization based in Fundong that focuses on empowering families both socially and economically. “Through this project,

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Comedy Shines at the Miss SWE Pageant

This past Wednesday, Harvey Mudd College’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) hosted their annual Miss SWE Pageant in Galileo Auditorium. The pageant involves a group of cross-dressing male contestants, and since this year’s pageant fell on Halloween, several of the contestants wore costumes. The contestants’ “names” were Christina, Natalia, Matilda,

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