Fuoco Pizzeria Napoletana Cuts No Corners

Pizza, cheap or gourmet, is a favorite food of the masses, and I am no exception. There are so many different types to choose from: New York-style thin crust, Chicago deep dish, Trenton tomato pie, and even bar-style. But none of these resonate with the authenticity of a true Napoli pizza found at Fuoco Pizzeria Napoletana. Above

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Don’t Compromise on Enchiladas: Great Mexican Food at Tropical Mexico

As a person of Mexican heritage, a big struggle for me is finding decent Mexican food at the 5C dining halls and around the Claremont Village. While I have dined at nearby restaurants like Casa Moreno, my heart will always belong to a local restaurant called Tropical Mexico, which I have frequented for years. Located on

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The Observatory Venue Provides New, Intimate Spaces to Rock

Although many students at the Claremont Colleges enjoy attending concerts, this fun activity can also become strenuous: Tickets tend to be expensive, and major venues are far away and a hassle to get to. Nevertheless, there is a location that can give students easy access to concerts without immense sums or heavy Los Angeles traffic. The Observatory

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Student Speak Seeks to Destigmatize Mental Illness

Mental illnesses are often a taboo topic due to the various stereotypes and stigmas attached to them, such as the negative perceptions of mentally ill people as unstable and violent. These stigmas lead to people with mental illnesses being abused, silenced and disrespected. On Oct. 8, the 5C Mental Health Alliance hosted an event called Students Speak that

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Nightclub 340 Shows the Inland Empire Doesn’t Have to Be a Drag

For students who are not local, it can be difficult to find off-campus entertainment that isn’t in Los Angeles. For LGBTQ+ students, finding high-energy, LGBTQ+ parties and spaces on- and off-campus is even harder. One place that can satisfy everyone’s needs is the 340 Nightclub and Restaurant in downtown Pomona. Just

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