On a typical day at the 5Cs one is almost always bound to run into a student wearing an eye-catching outfit. From oversized retro t-shirts to vintage camis or mini dresses, many students have something in common when it comes to their fashion: a commitment to shopping sustainably and reusing second-hand clothing. This past Sunday, the 5C fashion club THREAD5 partnered with Pitzer Campus Life to host the Mounds Bazaar, a cross-campus-wide sale on the Pitzer College Mounds.
On Thursday morning at 7 a.m., Claremont College students began gathering outside Pomona College’s Smith Campus Center for “Shut Pom Down for Palestine,” part of a “global call” to action for divestment organized by Palestinian Youth Movement, National Students for Justice in Palestine and International People’s Assembly. This protest comes
The Sprague Gallery at Harvey Mudd College opened the art exhibition “Lines” featuring art Jonathan Jackson. Curated by Julia Hong, arts director of the Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts at HMC, Jackson’s 10 works display vibrant colorscapes and varied uses of linework. Jackson is an artist in Tierra del Sol Studios, an organization which works to provide individuals with disabilities opportunities to employment in education and the arts.
For many Pitzer students, a trip to the Pit-Stop signifies the start of a new day. While there are many cafes across the 5Cs, the Pit-Stop has become an essential space not just for Pitzer students but for all 5C students. This is in large part because of the environment the Pit-Stop workers create which makes the Pit-Stop a key space for the creation of student/worker friendships.
Sophie McClain PZ ’24 expresses her frustration with Pitzer College’s administration during the previous academic year.