Scripps Launches Hotline

Part of an ongoing effort across the Claremont Colleges to increase resources available for students, the Scripps College Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault opened a student help hotline Feb. 15 that aims to give Scripps students a peer-to-peer resource for survivors. Although the Scripps Advocates group is affiliated with

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ASPC Expands Number of Parking Spaces by Opening Spots in ITS Lot

When Pomona College Junior Class President Don Swan PO ’15 found himself swamped at the beginning of the academic year with emails complaining about North Campus parking availability, he decided to take action. After months of researching and organizing with the administration, Swan, along with Associated Students of Pomona College (ASPC)

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Union Contract Settled Between Pomona, Workers

After several months of negotiation, the Pomona College administration and Pomona dining hall staff reached a collective bargaining agreement Dec. 17, following the dining hall staff’s successful vote for unionization April 30. The three-year contract, which was ratified by a large majority of dining hall workers, is the first comprehensive

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WFJ Objects to Mandatory Meeting, Administration Urges Workers to Consider Healthcare Benefit Options

A handful of Pomona dining hall workers, students, faculty, and Workers for Justice (WFJ) organizers held a delegation yesterday in Alexander Hall to protest mandatory meetings held by Dining Services management on Thursday morning regarding the upcoming unionization vote among dining hall workers. The purpose of the delegation was to

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