As students begin returning to Claremont, the colleges’ plans in response to the pandemic are starting to take shape.
Pomona College’s Judicial Board released two years’ worth of redacted case write-ups in an email to students Feb. 24.
Remembering Irineo de Leon, Sumner Hall’s ghost-whisperer and beloved Pomona staff member.
Pomona College will start the semester with remote learning, president G. Gabrielle Starr announced Friday, citing county restrictions.
Pomona College announced Tuesday that it had co-founded the newly created Liberal Arts Colleges Racial Equity Leadership Alliance, which aims to combat racial inequities at liberal arts colleges, according to a news release on the school’s website.
Harvey Mudd College faculty will vote on a motion Thursday that would close faculty meetings to students without faculty permission.
Harvey Mudd College will allow approximately 574 of its 821 students to live on campus in the spring if the college reopens, officials announced last month.
Some furloughed Pomona College dining hall staff members will be returning to work part time to provide meals to homebound senior citizens, according to a Monday email from Treasurer Robert Goldberg. The program will provide breakfast, lunch and dinner to 180 senior citizens who are homebound and cannot regularly purchase
Pomona College administrators answered questions about a possible on-campus spring 2021 semester at virtual town halls Wednesday. Here’s what you need to know.
Troubled by the recent spike in anti-Asian bigotry, Rep. Judy Chu, D-Calif., explained how the pandemic is stirring up anti-Asian bias and impacting the 2020 election at a 5C virtual event Wednesday night.