Last fall, a group of 5C students began living in the off-campus residence they call the Goddess House or Denver House.
Pomona College is currently only planning to fly the California and U.S. flags at commencement this year, prompting a petition with more than 700 signatures.
Following the death of Red Dogg, Campus Safety hired a new dog, Bessie Beagle.
Pomona will pay for name and gender change document fees and CMC elects the new ASCMC executive board.
Pitzer Student Senate approved a bill to buy 12 doses of naloxone, a non-prescription nasal spray that can save the lives of people who overdose on opioids.
Pitzer administrators are attempting to revive the Residence Hall Council program after it did not run in the 2018-2019 year due to lack of interest.
Four of the 5Cs have decided not to publicly release their early decision admissions data this winter, a departure from past years, when the
Pomona College announced last December that it will remodel and expand the 30-year-old Rains Center for Sport and Recreation, adding 15,000 square feet of
Some Pomona College students who participated in the Wilderness Remote First Aid program were unaware of the requirement to join the Emergency Response Team
The Pomona College Information Technology Services Department is taking action to resolve wireless network instability issues by replacing the entire campus Wi-Fi network, Computer