The 5Cs elected a diverse group of student government presidents with varied experiences and goals.
Scripps Associated Students and ASPC recently announced their election results, and ASHMC passes a resolution allowing executive board members to receive stipends of up to $600.
Ahead of April budget hearings for 5C clubs, which will give campus organizations the chance to pitch 5C student governments on funding for next year, TSL examined current budgets for each student government and broke down how they’re allocating their money.
President Trump signed an executive order which would pull federal funding from colleges that don’t protect free speech. Each of the 5Cs receives funding, and could potentially be impacted.
The 5Cs released their admission decisions for the class of 2023 over the past few weeks. Some offered information about the admitted student pool.
Pitzer College and Harvey Mudd College announce senate election results, three Pomona students win Watson Fellowships and the CMC Model UN Team wins second straight world championship.
Pomona’s president pledges “we will do better” in response to student criticisms of mental health resources.
Harvey Mudd College and Pomona College recently announced their admission decisions, with Mudd accepting 13.4 percent of applicants.
Claremont McKenna College and Harvey Mudd College have been linked to a college preparation service that allegedly helped students get into colleges illegally.
Harvey Mudd College pulled out of International Place and established its own office, redirecting $40,000 in funding.