With one week of remote classes under their belts, 5C professors and students are coming to terms with the ups and downs of online instruction.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, 5C students and their student governments are advocating for new grading policies they say promote equity.
Claremont McKenna is postponing its 2020 commencement to a later date, rather than moving the ceremony online.
The Claremont Colleges unveiled a new telehealth option to supplement the limited services of Student Health Services and Monsour Counseling.
On-campus 5C amenities, like dining halls and gyms, are beginning to shut down or restrict their services following the coronavirus pandemic.
With the threat of coronavirus bearing down, 5C students saw their semesters on campus cut short as administrators asked them to leave.
The 5Cs ordered students to leave campus Wednesday due to the COVID-19 pandemic, causing concern among international and low-income students.
5C classes will take place through the video conferencing platform Zoom, and continue to utilize Sakai, following spring break.
The 5Cs are sending students home and moving classes online, and many students have been left wondering about housing and financial issues.
As the Chinese government faces scrutiny over its handling of the spread of COVID-19, national news outlets have turned to Claremont McKenna College professor of government Minxin Pei for insight into the government’s inner workings