Augie Savoy PO ’21, son of A-ha guitarist Paul Waaktaar-Savoy, spent a year recording his first EP. It was released April 26.
Shayok Chakraborty PO ’19 won a race to be a state Democratic delegate in a recount, after narrowly losing the race in the initial count.
Three 5C students who recently earned their Emergency Medical Technician certifications wanted to gain practical experience, but didn’t have time in their busy schedules to work at a nearby hospital. So, they came up with an idea to fill a gap in students’ health needs on campus. Emma Finn CM
Scripps College has made changes to address last year’s on-campus housing shortage, when over-enrollment for the class of 2021 resulted in 38 first-year students living in the Claremont Graduate University apartments on Foothill Boulevard. The administration made use of existing space on campus and renovated the president’s house, the Revelle
Eighty-six students from the Claremont Colleges climbed nearly 4,000 feet to the top of Mt. Baldy for Pizza Hike last weekend, according to On The Loose club leader Maddie Zug PO ’19. The event, organized by OTL, the 5C outdoors club, included a strenuous 11-mile hike followed by a pizza