Pitzer College Student Senate decided not to move forward with their bill to purchase Naloxone and Pomona College hires a new vice president for advancement in this week’s tidbits of news.
After operating as an urgent care facility for a month, Student Health Services will resume normal service next Tuesday, officials said.
Presidential candidate and former Pomona College student Marianne Williamson will visit Pomona College on Nov. 6 for an event hosted by TSL.
As Pomona College’s art museum moves to its new home at the Benton Art Museum, its current home, the Montgomery Art Center, will be temporarily used to accommodate administrative staff from the Rains Center. Also, Queer Resource Center director Manuel Diaz left Claremont on Oct. 4 to pursue a career in teaching and research, Pomona College senior associate dean Tracy Arwari said in an email to students Monday.
A newly-released Campus Safety document reveals officers began wearing body cameras on Aug. 1, without any announcement until now.
After an eight-day closure for severe contamination and health hazards, the Pitzer College Gold Student Center pool reopened Tuesday, administrators said.
Two men in dark clothing rushed an individual and stole a cellphone from their hands in front of the Oldenborg Center Wednesday night.
Pitzer College’s Gold Student Center pool has been closed indefinitely after vomit, beer containers and furniture were found in it.
Scripps professor Vanessa Tyson, who accused Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of sexual assault, is no longer teaching two fall classes.
Thomas Hofeller, who graduated from Claremont Graduate University in 1975, helped the Republican Party develop its gerrymandering strategies.