When 5C student-activists arrived at Claremont McKenna College to protest two of its trustees’ investments in controversial pipeline developments, they weren’t the first ones there. Even before the protest began at the Cube midday on Nov. 19, members of CMC’s administration and security were already waiting — including an outside contracted videographer.
5C administrators have been looking at doing away with Senior Week, the abridged end of spring semester for graduating students, but the tradition will still be in place for this academic year.
Students at the 7Cs are now eligible to receive COVID-19 booster shots under California health guidelines.
The Pomona-Pitzer men’s cross country team won its second straight national championship Saturday, defending a title it earned for the first time in 2019. In a neck-and-neck finish, the Athenas were national runners-up.
On Thursday night, Palestinian writer and activist Mohammed El-Kurd read poems from his debut book “Rifqa” and answered questions from a packed Rose Hills Theater in an event hosted by Claremont Students for Justice in Palestine.
After falling behind 2-0 early in the match, the Athenas staged a dramatic comeback and earned a grueling five-set victory against Wartburg to advance to the Sweet 16.
5C Art for Liberation and the Claremont Student Workers Alliance have taken a different approach from other mutual aid groups on-campus and continue to grow as in-person organizing resumes.
Although suffering two tough losses in their previous two preseason games, the Sagehens are still optimistic about what’s to come for the rest of the year.
Dr. Suzanne Keen will serve as Scripps College’s 10th president starting July 1, 2022, Board of Trustees Chair Lynne Thompson SC ’72 announced to the Scripps community in an email Thursday.
This month, some 5C students were puzzled to discover their COVID-19 test results from Student Health Services read “Pnegative,” rather than the formerly reported “negative.”
The reason for their confusion? SHS began pooled testing on Nov. 1, and results shifted accordingly to reflect the new process in place.