Graduates, be true to Pomona College. What will the future hold? Graduates ask this with excitement and trepidation, and yet you already have a sense of the answer. You will spread across the country and focus on building your life. Many treasured friendships will devolve to Facebook likes; then you will get married
Scripps Associated Students (SAS) _x000D_ _x000D_ The Apr. 10 meeting of Scripps Associated Students began by celebrating a successful Spring Fling, but with the suggestion that the numerous events be pared down in the future. Plans for SAS Orientation were briefly touched upon. _x000D_ _x000D_ Goals for SAS were given from
As concerned Scripps faculty members, we are outraged at the selection of Madeleine Albright as the 2016 Commencement speaker and will not participate in this year’s graduation ceremony. We are all familiar with Albright’s recent problematic statement that “there is a special place in hell for women who do not support other
Pitzer College and Pomona College both received a ‘Gold’ rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), the colleges announced on Jan. 25 and Feb. 4, respectively. Out of 100 possible points in the AASHE’s Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS), Pitzer scored 66.85 and
In response to recent events at Claremont McKenna College, Nathaniel Tsai CM '17 wrote a letter criticizing the tactics of protesters and hunger strikers in calling for former Dean of Students Mary Spellman to resign. He also chastised protesters and student government representatives for not properly representing the interests of the student
This week has seen a tremendous amount of student action at the Claremont Colleges in reaction to events both inside the 5Cs and within the larger nation. But how did the administration of each of the five undergraduate colleges respond, and what promises did they make in the light of these events?
This fall, the admission of trans students has become a common topic of discussion for Scripps College students, faculty members, alumni and trustees, part of a nationwide increase in attention on the rights of transindividuals and their place at women’s colleges. To recognize this growing focus, Alex Frumkin SC ’15,
Continuing a trend of increased focus on issues surrounding sexual assault, Claremont McKenna College and Pomona College each recently announced the creation of a full-time Title IX coordinator position. To help spearhead CMC’s Personal and Social Responsibility Initiative, Nyree Gray, a former law professor and dean of students at Southwestern