The local Claremont Colleges chapter of the Sunrise Movement has grown to 100 active members this semester, up from just 10 members last semester.
For the first time in history, the 5Cs have formed a unified sustainability coalition with representatives from all the Claremont Colleges called RegEn.
Student activists have rekindled the Claremont Colleges’ fossil fuel divestment movement this semester and are focusing their attention on pressuring Pomona College to divest its endowment from fossil fuel interests.
Relationships between students and faculty/staff at Pomona College are currently permitted under certain conditions. But they may not be come 2020, as the school plans to review and possibly change the policy.
Students, faculty and staff took to the steps outside Frary on Tuesday morning to protest as the Supreme Court considers overturning DACA.
A proposed 0.75 percent Claremont sales tax that supporters say would have boosted city revenues by $2.5 million appears headed toward defeat. But with more than 1,000 ballots from Tuesday’s special election yet to be counted, a community group supporting Measure CR isn’t conceding just yet.
The W.M. Keck Science Department’s long awaited expansion will finally break ground next semester. But it’ll eliminate a critical parking lot for faculty and staff that won’t be immediately replaced, a spokesperson said.
After a month-long period operating as an urgent care center, Student Health Services was able to resume normal service Oct. 22 after it hired four new staff members, officials said.
Former Pitzer College and Claremont McKenna College vice president James B. Jamieson died in his home in San Luis Obispo on Sept. 18. He was 88.
After operating as an urgent care facility for a month, Student Health Services will resume normal service next Tuesday, officials said.