Students at Harvey Mudd College feel excluded and uninformed when it comes to new Covid-19 guidelines.
After a year of online school, sophomores at the 5Cs have finally experienced their long-awaited arrival this August.
Pomona College Professor of Biology Nina Karnovsky is crying fowl about an overlooked issue in the avian world—up to a billion birds in North America die from flying into windows each year and Pomona College is no different.
Scripps told students Thursday they would start facing consequences for missing weekly tests. But over the last month, glitches and confusion haven’t made it easy to get one.
As the pandemic-related housing crisis forces students off-campus, students express a sense of displacement while learning to adapt.
Since students have returned to Claremont, Student Health Services has seen a surge in demand. But as some encounter difficulty in obtaining appointments to use its services, the clinic might be causing more headaches than it cures.
Interference from planes flying overhead has made outdoor classes tricky, especially when students are also muffled by wearing masks.
Pomona College’s Oldenborg Center for Modern Languages and International Relations return in person, but this year, sans the lunch.
Diana Vicezar PZ ’24 is representing Paraguay at Youth4Climate, a climate change conference organized by the UN. TSL caught up with Vicezar on Tuesday to learn more about what she’s been up to this week.
5C students are experiencing a steep learning curve around quarantine, contact tracing, and COVID-19 policy discrepancies.