Halona Cabin, Pomona College’s rustic mountain lodge in Idyllwild, Calif., is a frequent destination for student retreats. (TSL‘s senior staff spent a night there not long ago.) But when the cabin was first constructed, it had a narrower purpose: to serve as an off-campus gathering place for Pomona’s female students. In
The lights are off and the pool is empty. “Skyspace: Dividing the Light,” a public art installation at Pomona College created by James Turrell PO ‘65, is closed for repairs for approximately four weeks. Workers from Art & Commerce Productions, Inc. began the project on Tuesday, Feb. 2. “We have to
The Claremont Colleges released the results of last spring’s Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium (HEDS) Sexual Assault and Campus Climate Survey on Thursday, Nov. 5. In total, 2475 students from the 7Cs responded to the survey. The document released to students cautions that the data “do not necessarily represent generalizations
I’m really hungry. It’s half three, as they say around here, and the last thing I ate was a Nature Valley granola bar. I’m regretting my choice of snacks—especially because Irish food is fantastic. Even subjected to my amateur preparation, the Atlantic salmon I roasted two nights ago was astonishing.
In response to a return visit by anti-abortion demonstrators, Pomona College students organized a peaceful counter-demonstration Dec. 11. Student volunteers, with the support of the Claremont University Consortium's Health Education Outreach center and the Pomona College Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault, collected more than $500 in donations for Planned
Anti-abortion activists used graphic images to stage a demonstration Dec. 10 near the middle of Pomona College’s campus, drawing significant student attention and sparking conversations about the role of protests that employ shocking or disturbing visuals. Four representatives from the California-based nonprofit organization Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, a pro-life