The 5Cs’ endowment funds grew by up to 43 percent in the 2020-21 fiscal year, despite a year of hardship and uncertainty.
Author: Samson Zhang
5C Lunar New Year events impacted by pandemic for second consecutive year
Like many festivities whose in-person celebrations have been altered by COVID-19, Lunar New Year celebrations by Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese student associations were limited once again this year.
Palestinian poet articulates liberation: SJP hosts activist Mohammed El-Kurd
On Thursday night, Palestinian writer and activist Mohammed El-Kurd read poems from his debut book “Rifqa” and answered questions from a packed Rose Hills Theater in an event hosted by Claremont Students for Justice in Palestine.
Pomona’s class of 2025, visualized
While the class of 2025 is Pomona College’s largest class to date, by the numbers, it also represents one of the less diverse class profiles in several years.
Claremont Institute defends senior fellow who advised Trump on overturning election
The Claremont Institute published a statement on Oct. 11 defending senior fellow John Eastman, the lawyer who advised former President Donald Trump on overturning the 2020 election in Congress.
A career preserved in time: Fossil species named for Pomona Dean Robert Gaines
Pomona College Dean and Professor of Geology Robert Gaines now has a fossil named after him, one that he helped discover in 2018.
5C students in off-campus apartments grapple with sense of displacement
As the pandemic-related housing crisis forces students off-campus, students express a sense of displacement while learning to adapt.