During an often awkward return to in-person activities, “Circle Mirror Transformation” is the perfect play to explore the dynamic of strangers growing together. The Pomona College production will run from Oct. 7-10 at the Seaver Theatre.
In the first installment of “Meet your neighbor,” Eva Swartz PZ ’25 reflects on growing up in a small town and how the experience shaped her beliefs.
Have you been waiting to taste Claremont Challah, sip at Milk and Honey and vibe at Groove Nation? These fan favorites are back in business.
Studying everything from Hong Kong’s democratic autonomy to the nuclear pore complex, students reflect on a summer of research.
The Benton Museum of Art’s “Art After Hours” event provided students with a chance to try artistic skills ranging from the performing arts to fabric arts.
Dorm-ant? No, these uninvited insects are alive and active in your room. To rid these squatters, try the methods these students swear by.
Her first semester of college, Vidusshi Hingad PO ’25 is already assistant directing the Pomona Department of Theatre’s production of Circle Mirror Transformation.
Creativity, art or design are not words that typically come to mind when thinking of Harvey Mudd College, but their new makerspace is hoping to foster just that.
Cathy Park Hong, award-winning poet and essayist, graced the virtual stage of Scripps Present Sept. 23, sharing wisdom from her career and life.
The “CrossBorder Photography” exhibition at the Benton Museum of Art aims to challenge commonly-held conceptions of the US-Mexico border.