After a few weeks of classes in tents, students and faculty express con-tent-ment with the benefits of outdoors classrooms.
Facing financial stress and ensuing legal battles, the Claremont School of Theology has opted to remain in Claremont.
New sustainability efforts at the 5Cs are attempting to combat challenges brought on by COVID-19 protocols and modifications — with mixed results.
How can high-risk activities such as singing survive during a pandemic? Music professors have tackled this question through uniquely shaped masks, social distancing, and practicing outdoors.
Los Angeles County’s COVID case rate is falling but still significant this week, as campus testing uncovered a handful of the semester’s first cases at the Claremont Colleges.
Claremont McKenna College is planning significant changes to its campus in coming years, including the construction of a new integrated sciences center, even as the school’s controversial withdrawal from the W.M. Keck Science Department remains up in the air.
After more than a year off the field, the CMS and P-P football teams are set to return for a long-awaited season, opening with the two teams’ much-anticipated Sixth Street rivalry game.
Pomona College’s recent student affairs decisions show a serious difference between how it talks about discipline and how it really acts.
As students begin returning to Claremont, the colleges’ plans in response to the pandemic are starting to take shape.
After several juniors and seniors selected rooms on south campus, Pomona administrators said they actually needed the space for first-years and sophomores.