Choir Decks the Halls of CMC’s Ath

The Claremont Chamber Choir performed at Claremont McKenna College’s Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum Dec. 2 as part of the Athenaeum’s annual holiday celebration. Open to faculty, staff, students and family members, the event featured a special holiday dinner. The night’s program included works by Gregorio Allegri, Bob Chilcott, Per Norgard,

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Williamson Gallery Showcases Faculty Perspectives

With works shown from Tokyo to Paris, the Scripps College art faculty are major contributors to the international art scene. Yet their achievements have never before been shown together. On display at Scripps’ Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, the “Faculty Exhibition” does just that, giving Claremont the opportunity to observe the

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Bharatanatyam Dance Concert Integrates Poetry, Movement, Sound

Dancer, choreographer and teacher Ramaa Bharadvaj wove multilingual poetry by the saint poets of India into Mitra, a dance celebrating faith, friendship and the divinity of life Oct. 29 at Scripps College’s Richardson Dance Studio. In the solo Bharatanatyam dance-story, Bharadvaj artfully combined elements of language, dance and movement into

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Is Media Dead? Andrew Sullivan Discusses Journalism of Today

In the late 1950s, American journalist and social critic Vance Packard warned Americans about the advertising industry’s insidious manipulation of them in his groundbreaking work The Hidden Persuaders. British author, blogger and editor Andrew Sullivan carried that torch into Claremont McKenna College’s Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum on Sept. 30, describing

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