Over Halloween weekend this year, 5C students put on two nights of The Rocky Horror Picture Show; but there lies a large community for this cult-classic beyond the Claremont campuses. TSL spoke with the people who brought this energetic and inventive show into being.
Chilling horror and sensitive teenage love make “Bones and All” a cannibal romance for the ages, writes film columnist Hannah Eliot SC ’24.
Dino Nuggets and Costco muffins prove that sometimes unusual circumstances demand unusual food combos, writes food columnist Emily Kim PO ‘25.
The graphic novel “Beautiful Darkness” questions whether the greatest horrors are to be found within human nature itself, writes Tomi Oyedeji-Olaniyan CM ’24.
Cayman Chen CM ’25 created an art installation for Harvey Mudd’s Sprague Gallery, focused on sustainability in light of overconsumption.
Alex Pedroza HM ’25 and Ruby Peterman HM ’25 co-founded the new 5Zines club earlier this year, hoping to create a space exclusively dedicated to creating these innovative booklets.
Puppets, percussion and playfulness come together in Bob Baker Marionette Theater’s live music program.
This year, Scripps Mock Trial is emphasizing empowerment and bonding as they head into their upcoming competition season.
On Thursday, Nov. 17, Pomona College’s Benton Museum of Art hosted 5C Student Art Market, where student artists sold a variety of artwork, ranging from clothing to prints.
On Nov. 14, the Keck Center hosted a lecture in collaboration with student-run organization Center for International Relations Society (CIRS) by professor Shervin Malekzadeh to provide context on the escalating situation in Iran.