On Nov. 7 at Scripps College’s Garrison Theater, Emmy-winning writer-director-producer Aaron Sorkin spoke with Claremont High School theater educator Krista Carson Elhai as part of the ongoing speaker series “Scripps Presents.” Sorkin shared wisdom and his struggles during his ascent in the entertainment industry.
Who would volunteer for an all-nighter? Over 100 5C students. On April 14, Pomona hosted the Hackathon, where participants coded for 24 hours straight on a variety of projects.
Nowruz, the Persian New Year, usually brings fond memories to Tania Azhang PZ ‘25. This year, especially in light of the Mahsa Amini protests, memories of identity erasure are instead resurfacing.
On Nov. 14, the Keck Center hosted a lecture in collaboration with student-run organization Center for International Relations Society (CIRS) by professor Shervin Malekzadeh to provide context on the escalating situation in Iran.
At the Garrison Theater on Saturday, Oct. 29, father-son duo Hao Huang and Micah Huang PZ ’13 performed “American Dreams/Asian Nightmares.”
MuCo, Pomona College’s Musician’s Coalition, hosted a mini-music fest on Thursday to bring 5C students together and celebrate a shared love of music.
As we learn to adjust to a new reality in a certain historical moment where the future seems uncertain, what’s next for young people? Jared Diamond’s talk at the Athenaeum on sought to answer this question.