Scripps has eliminated substance free housing for the 2019-2020 year, replacing it with a Wellness Learning Community, which is not sub-free.
The 5Cs elected a diverse group of student government presidents with varied experiences and goals.
Scripps admitted another large class this year, raising concerns of another housing shortage like last year’s, which sent 38 students to CGU.
Scripps plans to eliminate and replace its resident advisor position and cut the pay to the new position, resident coordinators.
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.
Scripps will no longer remove college-issued furniture from student rooms or permit students to do so beginning in the fall.
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.
Pomona’s president pledges “we will do better” in response to student criticisms of mental health resources.