WorldWE Youth 5C hosted a talk titled “‘Sex Work’ A Neoliberal Fantasy? Globalizing Perspectives on Prostitution and Trafficking.”
Joshua Greene HM ’02 won the Levi L. Conant Prize with his article, cited to become a “canonical reference for experts and non-experts alike.”
Plan B may soon be accessible on Scripps College’s campus after Scripps Associated Students approved funding for a low-cost wellness vending machine in the Scripps Student Union last Sunday. SAS has yet to finalize the budget for the machine, SAS President Megan Chow SC ’23 told TSL in an email.
Following last spring’s student body vote to disclose Pomona’s fossil fuel investments, Associated Students of Pomona College (ASPC) hosted a Nov. 10 meeting open to the student body, at which Pomona’s financial officers presented information on the college’s endowment and budget support.
To understand the significance of the recent US midterm elections, TSL spoke with 5C students and faculty about their reactions.
In 2025, the 7Cs will welcome a new student center meant to foster connection between students at the different colleges, thanks in part to its collaboration with the Human Centered Design class. Set to be constructed to the north of the Honnold-Mudd Library, the center aims to help students “gather
Pomona alumni and scientist Katie Pollard was elected to the National Academy of Medicine for her groundbreaking work in biology.
The Claremont City Council is defending its decision to reject granting an easement to Larkin Place, a proposed affordable housing development, after being accused of violating state of California housing law.
Over the past month, several 5C affinity groups have been in an ongoing struggle with Pomona College administration to preserve and provide permanent safe spaces for students of color.
Heavy rain showered the Claremont Colleges this Tuesday, causing student displacement and damage to facilities, including residence halls.