Pitzer Displays Exhibit “Cattle in the Amazon,” Features Indigenous Brazilian Paintings

Macuxi artist and geographer Jaider Esbell’s “Cattle in the Amazon: Despised Invaders to Prized Possessions?” exhibition is currently on display at Pitzer College.  The exhibit mainly features works by Esbell, a visiting professor who is originally from the Amazon region of Brazil. In addition to his works, the exhibit features

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Bridges Auditorium Displays Holocaust Education Exhibit “The Courage to Remember”

The Museum of Tolerance’s “The Courage to Remember” traveling Holocaust exhibit is currently on display at Pomona College’s Bridges Auditorium. The exhibit features approximately 200 original photographs and a 40-panel visual narrative of the Holocaust. “The Courage to Remember” was created as a commemorative and educational display in 1988 by

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LGBT Activist Zach Wahls Asks “What Makes a Family?”

LGBT activist Zach Wahls gave a talk at Claremont McKenna College’s Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum to an audience of 5C students and faculty as well as Claremont community members this past Wednesday, Sept. 18, entitled “What Makes a Family?” Wahls gained national recognition Jan. 31, 2011, after a YouTube video

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Student Acting, Directing Drives Complex Coming-of-Age Story

In the dark space of the Large Studio at Pomona College’s Seaver Theatre, a female, computer-automated voice recited driving directions. The combination of the monotonous, impersonal voice-over and the play’s trigger warning (“How I Learned to Drive is a dark comedy that deals with themes of pedophilia, molestation, and sexual

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