Streaming May 1-3, the full scale, virtual spring production of “The Addams Family” musical brings spooky, spirited fun to the 5Cs.
With school now online, Humans versus Zombies moderators had to create a bite-sized version of the game.
At a 5×5 Film event, Greg Sestero spoke about his experience acting in “the greatest bad movie ever” and his new film “Miracle Valley.”
Through Pitzer’s Inside-Out program, currently incarcerated students are seeking degrees while participating in progressive classes with other 5C students.
Pitzer alum and rapper J. Lately talks to TSL about his album “Winnebago,” his time at the 5Cs, personal freedom and following your passions.
Pitzer College and the Claremont Colleges Justice Education Initiative launched the nation’s first in-prison bachelor’s degree program for currently incarcerated students in a virtual nationwide launch event Dec. 10.
Some Crust Bakery isn’t sugarcoating their pandemic-related struggles, but thankfully they continue to welcome loyal students and customers.
Claremont McKenna College history professors created a COVID-19 archive to create an oral history and collect artifacts from the community.
The Chaplains of the Claremont Colleges discuss how they have adapted to the remote semester by sending care packages to students and organizing hangouts.
Pomona student Zaid Al Zoubi reflects on his time acting in Netflix series “Jinn.” Al Zoubi is pursuing theater and media studies on campus.