In this week’s Ask TSL, we find out whether the berries at CMC are edible or will leave you dead-ible.
As Claremont nights grow chillier, the Coop Fountain is offering a new food delivery service available to all 5C students. It runs from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings for a $2 fee.
Halloweekend festivities saw about 60 members of the Pomona-Pitzer Cross Country team, all dressed in sailor costumes, sail a 5-foot long, 8-foot wide and 10-foot tall boat across the 7Cs.
Frary Dining Hall touts a “2019 Best of Claremont” plaque in its serving area. But it turns out that award is more about making money for a shady company than a reflection of Frary itself.
After a month-long period operating as an urgent care center, Student Health Services was able to resume normal service Oct. 22 after it hired four new staff members, officials said.
Pomona College must pay $130,000 in attorney fees to a former student accused of sexual assault for denying him a “fair hearing,” a California appeals court ruled Oct. 3.
Two 5C students have started Facebook pages to replace the popular but now-defunct Claremont Crushes, reviving excitement and concerns.
You asked, we answered. This week, we tackled condiments — is the Sriracha at Frary watered down? Find out here.
CMC will not sell tickets for any school-wide parties in the 2020-2021. ASCMC said it was able to offset ticket sales with budget increases.
ASPC fall election results were released in an email to Pomona students Sept. 10.