Life & Style contributing writer Sean Ogami PZ ’19 sat down with two members of Midnight Echo following the 23rd SCAMFest at Pomona College,
Romance and politics don’t often go hand-in-hand. It’s hard to imagine a concept less steamy than legislation, or an environment less sexy than Congress.
A single, numb note enters the room. It wavers ever-so-slightly, flickering for only a moment before steadying itself. Then, the twangs and flutters of
The open doors of the Claremont Packing House let in as many curious visitors as waves of 90 degree heat, as local artists and activists convened to
New York Times columnist Thomas Edsall spoke at Pitzer College’s Benson Auditorium on Monday, Nov. 14. Edsall, who has taught Public Affairs Journalism at
On Apr. 22, 5C students and Claremont locals convened to hear California Secretary of State Alex Padilla (D) speak in Pitzer College’s 2014 Hall.
The newly created 5C South Asian Mentorship Program (SAMP) will announce its first group of mentors the week of Apr. 24. SAMP is the project of Nikita
Recently, four of the five Claremont Colleges—Pitzer College, Scripps College, Pomona College, and Harvey Mudd College—held their student government elections. Many positions at Pomona and Scripps
On Mar. 6, Pitzer Student Senate voted to approve a resolution banning bottled water sales on campus by a nearly unanimous decision. The motion is the culmination
Pomona College’s five-year Daring Minds fundraising campaign concluded in December 2015 after collecting more than $316 million in gifts and donations—the most ever raised from