CMS women’s tennis and track and field athletes had particularly notable performances at last week’s national championships.
PO develops a new plan for international student representation at commencement, The Shakedown didn’t recieve PZ Senate funding and more.
Pomona announced changes to its work-study and student finance policies after a sit in, but did not touch on all of the organizers’ demands.
Pitzer hires a new Dean of Faculty, ASCMC announces its 2019-2020 budget allocations and 17 current and former 5C students win fellowships.
Pomona released proposed updates to its student code policies, relating to alcohol policy, free speech and the Good Samaritan Policy.
Pomona College announced its new advocates for sexual assault survivors program will be more directly linked to Project Sister, a local survivor support group, and will have a more hierarchical structure.
Scripps Associated Students and ASPC recently announced their election results, and ASHMC passes a resolution allowing executive board members to receive stipends of up to $600.
An investigation found that members of the CMS baseball team violated CMS’ hazing policy at an annual “talent show” April 30.
Claremont McKenna College revises conduct policy, and ASCMC launches mental health committee.
Pitzer College and Harvey Mudd College announce senate election results, three Pomona students win Watson Fellowships and the CMC Model UN Team wins second straight world championship.