Claremont McKenna College is currently reviewing the results of a study on its school image carried out last spring. CMC hired Cohl group, a consulting firm, to conduct the study, which was completed in May. In a recent follow up, Associate Vice President for Public Affairs and Communications Max Benavidez
Fire alarms woke residents of Claremont McKenna College’s Appleby Hall just after 3 a.m. last Saturday. Five fires had been set around campus, prompting an arson investigation by the Claremont Police Department and the Los Angeles County Fire Department, with support from Campus Safety. One fire was set inside a
Sitting in Pomona College’s Coop Fountain on a Sunday evening, Paola Reyes PO ’17 recalled a time when the scene was not so familiar: her first visit to campus as a prospective undocumented student. “After visiting Pomona, I couldn’t imagine myself anywhere else,” Reyes recalled. She remembered wondering, “Will
Pomona College students and trustees gathered Oct. 10 in the Hahn Social Sciences Building at the college’s 16th Annual Student-Trustee Retreat. This year’s retreat had a special emphasis on diversity, in light of the strategic plan released by the college last week that aims at creating a more diverse and
Pomona College students looking to bring non-5C guests to Pomona events will encounter heavier regulation, the college announced Sept. 18. The change, which requires that all guest passes be granted by Pomona and restricts off-campus guests to Friday and Saturday events, highlights the variances between guest policies across the consortium.