The “Works In Progress” art exhibit at Pomona College features unfinished art pieces from 5C students and is open until Oct. 16.
Chef Cristian Rubilar visited Malott Dining Hall this week to serve a custom menu of traditional Chilean cuisine.
Acclaimed author Colson Whitehead visited Scripps College to talk historical fiction and his new book “The Nickel Boys.”
The Laemmle Claremont 5 theater’s future is in limbo as part of the Southern Californian moviehouse chain is put on the market.
Earth Week concluded with Scripps College’s Sustainability Fair, an event that gave students a platform to advertise sustainable initiatives.
Sundeep Morrison’s one-woman show “Rag Head” tackles Sikh identity in relation to broader themes of hate, hope and American identity.
Tea Circle offers a space for students to study, socialize, eat snacks and drink a rotating menu of teas built around a weekly theme.
Pomona chef Travis Ellis recently ventured out of Claremont to compete in the NACUFS, winning a bronze medal for his dish.
In an era of social media, relatability and self-branding, Todrick Hall just wants us to be ourselves.
The Balcony, a student-run 5C organization promoting student art, hosted its first show of the academic year March 1.