Following a two-year interruption and a brief appearance last spring, cross-campus dining is back on the menu at the 5Cs for the upcoming fall semester.
With just over five weeks until students return to campus, Pomona College announced some of its COVID-19 guidelines going into the fall semester. The announcement comes on the heel’s of last week’s surge in cases among the college’s faculty and staff.
Two weeks after Pitzer College staff workers went public with a union campaign on May Day, staff members and other members of the 5C community delivered the paperwork for the first of three Unfair Labor Practices (ULPs) organizers have filed since May 10.
For the first time in the college’s 96-year history, Scripps students will be able to minor in computer science this fall.
Tuition as the 5Cs has increased by up to 36% since 2013-14. TSL reviewed eight years of financial statements to look at what this means for students.
As summer comes to Claremont, mask mandates and testing requirements are, for the most part, ending. Earlier this week, the 5Cs announced changes to COVID-19 policies for those on campus during break.
Joining peers at more than twenty colleges across the country, hundreds of 5C students marched Thursday in response to the release of a draft opinion that suggested the Supreme Court may overturn Roe v. Wade.
Claremont McKenna College plans to add 75 acres to its campus with new athletic facilities and a previously-planned science center, thanks to a $140 million gift from trustee and alumnus George Roberts CM ’66.
For Pomona College politics professor John Seery, a mission to provide students with a learning opportunity turned into the experience of a lifetime: a star appearance on the popular game show “Let’s Make A Deal.”
TCCS confirmed this week that SHS over-reported the number of COVID-19 cases at the 5Cs in recent weeks, leading to inconsistent dashboard numbers.