Taylor Swift performed a VH1 Storytellers concert at Pomona College’s Bridges Auditorium last Monday, Oct. 15, as a result of Harvey Mudd College’s victory in the “Taylor Swift on Campus” competition. The filmed performance was the largest of the Storytellers series, which usually has an audience of only 150 to
Harvey Mudd College won a contest to bring Grammy-winning country singer Taylor Swift to the Claremont Colleges, according to an e-mail sent to to HMC students Monday by the Director of the President’s Office and Secretary of the Corporation Karen Angemi. Swift will perform an all-acoustic concert Monday, Oct. 15.
The L.A. County Fair had a Claremont Colleges College Day on Thursday, Sept. 20, during which all 5C students received free admission with an online coupon. To celebrate, the Scripps College Activities Team (A-Team) provided free shuttles to the fair throughout the night, and the Associated Students of Pomona College
Two co-workers dueled with plastic silverware over the last coffee creamer in “In the Breakroom,” a short film by Chris Sibley PZ ’12. After their chaotic, hilarious fight results in accidentally smashing the creamer, a third co-worker calmly walks into the room and pulls out an entire box full of
Studio47 is hosting a Student Film Festival in Pomona College’s Rose Hills Theater tonight at 7 p.m. The festival will feature 10 to 15 short student films no longer than ten minutes, and according to Studio47 general manager Jenny McCartney PO ’12, “wine cheese, snacks and general good cheer” will be
On April 1, 5C students and Claremont community members filled Rhino Records, ready to listen to the most recent installment in a weekly music series partnership with KSPC. The series takes place from March 25 until April 15, and all performers are students at the 5Cs. Last Sunday featured Kitchen Hips (Aerienne
A taco or burrito night at any of the dining halls at the Claremont Colleges is sure to draw a crowd. Pitzer’s Taco Tuesday is notorious for long lines; Mudd, Scripps and Frary all serve burritos on Mondays, and—if one did the research—it would likely be entirely possible for a
Actor Maulik Pancholy presented “Diversity on Screen” in Scripps’ Garrison Theater March 22. Pancholy’s talk touched upon his experiences as an Indian-American actor in shows such as 30 Rock, Weeds and Whitney. As an individual, Pancholy never considered his ethnicity a vital part of himself until he began auditioning for
This is not the type of material one expects from the two-time National Poetry Slam champion and winner of the International World Cup Poetry Slam. However, expectations generally do not prevent Mojgani from saying what he wants to say, and he did just that in his performance on March 6.
When Isabel Juarez PO ’13 first heard about Workers for Justice in the spring of her first year, she didn’t pay attention to it. “At the beginning I didn’t like or understand the rallies,” Juarez said. “You start hearing about labor rights and stuff like that, and I just dozed