NFAS began in response to a specific crisis: students wanted a universal pass grading policy for the spring semester of 2020 as a result of the then-nascent pandemic. Then, as student need became apparent, the group did a round of mutual aid fundraising before the fall 2020 semester, followed by another before spring 2021. Last semester, some organizers were unsure if NFAS would continue to exist past their graduation last spring.
The Benton Museum of Art’s “Art After Hours” event provided students with a chance to try artistic skills ranging from the performing arts to fabric arts.
Creativity, art or design are not words that typically come to mind when thinking of Harvey Mudd College, but their new makerspace is hoping to foster just that.
Pomona College’s Oldenborg Center for Modern Languages and International Relations return in person, but this year, sans the lunch.
The emphasis on financial education as a strategy to reduce economic inequality is a false solution that blames poor people for situations often beyond their control, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
Following their first SCIAC title in years, the CMS men’s soccer team regroups and focuses on building proper habits driving towards their success.
Music columnist Ava Hinz SC ’25 explains how Kanye West’s unique release of “Donda” signals a possible shift away from traditional album releases.
Immigration attorney Ruth Reese Lane SC ’92 will be the Scripps College class of 2021’s commencement speaker.
Even as students remain physically separate, 4/7 Day at Pomona College gave them a reason to gather and celebrate virtually.
A limited number of Pomona students will be able to live on campus this summer ahead of an anticipated in-person fall, once vaccinated.