Need a sweet way to end the week? Claremont Challah is back, tasting good and doing good.
It’s not as scary as you think. The Claremont Climbing Team breaks down commonly-held stereotypes about the sport by creating a non-intimidating environment open to students of all skill and experience.
As a student, it’s easy to feel obligated to throw your hat in the ring, writes Vivian Wang CM ‘26. Don’t succumb to the pressure.
When Ulas Ayyilmaz PO ’24 could no longer play club volleyball at his peak level, owing to a health condition, he decided to take things down a notch — by bringing back what he says is a more “relaxed” version of his favorite pastime.
The 5C Dungeons and Dragons Club gives players the freedom to be anyone — which some use to explore gender and political structures.
Mudders shouldn’t be afraid to join 5C clubs, so that they can fully reap the benefits of the consortium, argues Serena Mao HM ’25.
After months of COVID-related restrictions on funding, 5C clubs are now able to request approval and funding for overnight trips, conferences and competitions from student governments.
Squeeze the day by taking advantage of Scripps College’s cornucopia of fruits and other edible delights nurtured by the Scripps Student Gardening Club.
The delayed start of 5C-wide events due to COVID-19 regulations has caused some clubs to come up with other ways to recruit members and function.
At the 5C Board Game Group, de-stressing and community are the names of the game.