Title IX accountability check: Pitzer still has a long way to go, task force members say following resignation

Last December, a series of student allegations of harassment and abuse shook Pitzer College, spurring calls for a Title IX office overhaul to increase accountability. One year later, some Pitzer community members feel the college has not taken action to prioritize students in Title IX policies, leading to committee resignations amid student and faculty complaints.

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Design class crafts blueprint for all-in-one 7C student center, to be finished in August 2025

In 2025, the 7Cs will welcome a new student center meant to foster connection between students at the different colleges, thanks in part to its collaboration with the Human Centered Design class.  Set to be constructed to the north of the Honnold-Mudd Library, the center aims to help students “gather

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‘Please tell your story’: Natalia Molina speaks to the 7C Community about her latest book, ‘A Place at the Nayarit’

MacArthur Fellow Natalia Molina visited Pomona College’s Rose Hills Theatre Nov. 3 to talk about her new book “A Place at the Nayarit: How a Mexican Restaurant Nourished a Community,” published this April. 

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Hundreds of 5C students, faculty picket alongside Pomona dining workers during family weekend strike

During Pomona’s annual family weekend, Pomona College dining staff picketed in protest for higher wages, following two months of unsuccessful contract negotiations between the college and the dining hall staff’s union representative, Unite Here! Local 11.

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Pomona dining hall staff vote to authorize strike, ASPC passes resolution in support of higher wages

On Thursday evening, Pomona College dining hall staff voted to authorize a strike, meaning that the committee of workers which represents staff during contract negotiations may decide to mobilize, although no official plan to strike has been released.

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