Pomona College’s Campus Advocates hosted an event Thursday night to bring awareness on the steps to take when faced with an unhealthy relationship.
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.
Although originally just a COVID-19-era necessity, test-optional admissions policies at the 5Cs may be sticking around. During the 2021-2022 admissions cycle, each of the 5Cs were test-optional, a pattern they shared with two- thirds of colleges and universities across the country. But even as classes resume in person, the 5Cs are taking a second look at their traditional testing requirements.
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.
ASPC is offering free rides to the airport before winter break, Ariana Makar PO ’24, the student government’s director of operations, announced in an email to Pomona College students Monday.
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.
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.
Over the last month, the 5Cs began releasing a third round of federal aid in response to the pandemic to students who qualified.
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.