Claremont trustees have donated more than $7 million to political causes since 2015, with CMC leading the way

Members of the 5Cs’ boards of trustees have donated more than $7.3 million to political candidates and committees since 2015, a TSL analysis of Federal Election Commission data found.

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Campus Safety student Emergency Medical Services program to start next semester

Students are leaping into action to help peers in need next semester, with the launch of a student-staffed campus Emergency Medical Service.

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Pomona, CMC add new admissions checks for athletes after admissions scandal

After the ‘Varsity Blues’ college admissions scandal, Pomona and CMC have added new checks in their admissions processes for athletes.

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External reviewers brought in to assess Monsour as wait times climb to a month

It’s been yet another semester of month-long waits and patient complaints, and now a panel of outside specialists is on campus to evaluate Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services.

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Violent protests force 5C students studying abroad in Hong Kong to evacuate

As violent clashes between police and protesters in Hong Kong shifted to college campuses, most 5C students studying there were evacuated.

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5Cs to debut new criminal justice education program in the spring

One faculty member from each of the 5Cs will teach a course addressing the U.S. criminal justice system as part of a new program next semester.

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From a handful to a hundred, local chapter of Sunrise Movement grows and promotes climate action

The local Claremont Colleges chapter of the Sunrise Movement has grown to 100 active members this semester, up from just 10 members last semester.

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Harvey Mudd requires mentors to report sexual assaults to Title IX office

Harvey Mudd College mentors — older students who live in dorms with first years to support them and plan events — are now required to report to administrators any incidents of sexual assault and suicidal ideation about which they’re told, officials said.

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