The first Claremont McKenna College student death in February was ruled an accidental drug overdose, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office reported.
Eight high-level administrators have left Pomona since President Starr took office, propmpting questions about transparency and continuity.
Scripps announced a number of projects planned in the 2019-2020 budget, including adding solar panels, increasing accessibility, buying a bus and remodeling the Motley Coffeehouse.
PO develops a new plan for international student representation at commencement, The Shakedown didn’t recieve PZ Senate funding and more.
Campus Safety will begin using body cameras this fall to aid investigations and accountability. Students expressed concerns about the plans.
Pitzer’s Dean Nigel Boyle will spend the 2019-20 academic year in Pakistan, Vietnam and Germany, studying liberal arts colleges as a Fulbright Global Scholar.
CMC students are pushing the school to advance its carbon neutrality deadline, and Scripps students are calling to join a sustainibility pact.
After several cases of the hand-foot-and-mouth disease on campus, the 5Cs are warning students about virus-prevention measures to avoid the spread of disease.
Claremont McKenna College hasn’t yet met the fundraising threshold needed to start its formalized three-year withdrawal process from the Keck Science Department, creating uncertainty about the plan’s timeline, Keck dean Ulysses Sofia told TSL.
With continued speculation that the Denver House group is a cult, TSL spoke to two experts. One said it is a cult, the other said it is not.