Twenty five Harvey Mudd College students revived Mudd’s historic prank culture by pranking the California Institute of Technology April 14.
After being insulted because of her Muslim identity, Malak Afaneh PO ’21 established an apparel business known as Rosie the Hijabi.
The International Festival had it all — there were traditional foods, fun activities and live performances of music and dance.
Tea Circle offers a space for students to study, socialize, eat snacks and drink a rotating menu of teas built around a weekly theme.
Easter is this weekend — whether you’re celebrating with egg hunts or nothing at all, here are some fun facts to learn about this holiday.
New York embodies everything I imagined America to be: fast-paced, with bright lights and lots of interesting people.
Though the film is set in the year 2027, the world of “Children of Men” feels devastatingly real in comparison to our world today.
“Big Mouth” is a popular Netflix show depicting puberty. There’s just one problem — it’s ugly.
Claremont McKenna College hosted McKenna Palooza, with proceeds going towards the JED Foundation for suicide prevention.
Pomona chef Travis Ellis recently ventured out of Claremont to compete in the NACUFS, winning a bronze medal for his dish.