Medication abortions coming to a college near you, but not to the 5Cs

All public universities will be required to provide on-campus access to abortion pills, but the 5Cs have no intention to follow suit.

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Despite less time on campus, 2021 reports show uptick in sexual misconduct cases

Instances of sexual violence at the 5Cs were reported in 2021 at similar levels to previous years on campus, although students were only on campus for the fall semester.

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Not your garden variety celebration: CMC to enter float in the 2023 Rose Parade for diamond anniversary

To celebrate 75 years since it took root, Claremont McKenna College rose to a sweet-smelling architectural challenge. CMC will participate in the 2023 Rose Parade, an annual New Years tradition in Pasadena, with a custom-made float celebrating the “stories and traditions” of CMC, the college announced Nov. 9. 

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Scripps, Pomona announce post-Thanksgiving mandatory testing; Pitzer, Harvey Mudd to require booster

With COVID-19 cases rising and a busy travel season looming, several 5Cs announced updates to testing and booster requirements.

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Two weekends, two shutdowns: Halloween and Monte Carlo parties cut short due to safety concerns

Over the past two weekends, school-sponsored parties held at Scripps College and Claremont McKenna College were shut down sooner than intended, owing to a series of incidents that put student and staff safety at risk. 

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As money pours into California’s proposition campaigns, 5C students serve up the facts

With reproductive freedom, gambling, dialysis and greenhouse gasses among the seven propositions on California’s Nov. 8 midterm ballot, Claremont McKenna College’s Rose Institute of State and Local Government released a “Video Voter Guide” last month to help Californians understand what their vote means. 

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From Green Beach to Whitehall: CMC alum Murty moves into Downing Street as Britain’s new ‘First Lady’

Claremont McKenna College now has a direct connection to 10 Downing Street. On Oct. 25, Rishi Sunak became Britain’s first leader of color and third prime minister in two months, following Liz Truss’s abrupt resignation. The 42-year-old former banker is married to CMC alumna and trustee Akshata N. Murty CM

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