To celebrate 75 years since it took root, Claremont McKenna College rose to a sweet-smelling architectural challenge. CMC will participate in the 2023 Rose Parade, an annual New Years tradition in Pasadena, with a custom-made float celebrating the “stories and traditions” of CMC, the college announced Nov. 9.
With reproductive freedom, gambling, dialysis and greenhouse gasses among the seven propositions on California’s Nov. 8 midterm ballot, Claremont McKenna College’s Rose Institute of State and Local Government released a “Video Voter Guide” last month to help Californians understand what their vote means.
Claremont McKenna College now has a direct connection to 10 Downing Street. On Oct. 25, Rishi Sunak became Britain’s first leader of color and third prime minister in two months, following Liz Truss’s abrupt resignation. The 42-year-old former banker is married to CMC alumna and trustee Akshata N. Murty CM
As of Aug. 31, Pomona College is now home to the Institute for Inclusive Excellence, a hub that centers around fostering inclusive environments on campus. The institute grew out of a faculty and staff working group that began in 2019 “to discuss institutional barriers toward inclusive excellence at the college,”
Pomona College President G. Gabrielle Starr officially joined the ranks of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences at an induction ceremony Sept. 9 to 10, following a year’s delay due to COVID-19. Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Academy was founded in 1780 during the American Revolution by John Adams
Where can you learn about monitoring seabirds in the Gulf of Maine, Asian American music and soccer in the city of Pomona? At Pomona College, Scripps College and Harvey Mudd College, students presented their summer work at events celebrating these college-funded projects.
Samella Lewis, a legendary figure in the movement to elevate and celebrate Black art, as well as a former Scripps professor, passed away at 99 in May.
Tuition as the 5Cs has increased by up to 36% since 2013-14. TSL reviewed eight years of financial statements to look at what this means for students.
Pomona College’s Orientation Adventure programs are slated to return this fall semester after a three year hiatus, but this time around, the college is focusing on inclusivity and proximity to campus.
Pomona College sold its mineral rights for an undisclosed amount on March 18. The holdings were accumulated roughly over the past 50 years and were located across 14 states in the U.S.