Neutrality Agreements Come Before Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments last week in a labor case that calls into question the legality of neutrality agreements, the prohibition of which could be a serious impediment to unionization campaigns like the one recently concluded at Pomona College. The attorneys who designed the Pomona union supporters’ neutrality

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Letter Sent to CMC President Criticizes Response to SJP Incident

A representative from the Center for Constitutional Rights sent a letter to Claremont McKenna College President Pamela Gann on Wednesday criticizing the college’s handling of informal and formal complaints leveled by Najib Hamideh PZ ’14. Hamideh’s complaints regarded an incident with a professor at a Students for Justice in Palestine demonstration

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Study Abroad Column: Contrasting Claremont With Buenos Aires

Baking in the 28-degree Celsius late-spring heat of Buenos Aires, I daze off for a few minutes in my class on Crime and Society at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) as another spell of restless horn-honking ascends from the street below, through the desperately cracked windows, drowning out the

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Faculty Resolve to Support Workers; Students, Staff Protest Document Checks

At a faculty meeting Nov. 16, Pomona College President David Oxtoby pointed to fears of potential involvement from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and reiterated that the college must re-verify the work authorization documents of 84 college employees before Dec. 1. The Pomona College administration has been under fire this

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