With fall semester in full swing, this year’s student body presidents are committed to building inclusive, safe communities on campus where students can thrive both academically and socially. Zane Yamamoto CM ’24 For ASCMC President Zane Yamamoto CM ’24, serving in student government is not a new endeavor. He has
Foxes fly forward; Claremont foxes women rugby prepare to make the jump to Division 1 after back to back championships in Division 2
Students are running in a 5k Dream Run to raise money for undocumented students and their academic dreams.
Hosted by the IMS Asian Americans in Media course at Pitzer College, students from the class curated “Asian Americans: A Collective Memoir”, a series of ten short films exploring Asian-American stories in April 5 in Benson. Consisting of a variety of different experiences, 5C students had the opportunity to view and celebrate representations of Asian identities as a community.
Style columnist Lisa Gorelik CM ‘25 writes all about how to relive your emo days with fashion and lifestyle tips and tricks.
For Emily Kim ’25, her dining hall waffle one morning taught her an important lesson: you don’t always have to neatly compartmentalize your feelings.
Steven Koonin, professor at New York University and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, spoke at the Claremont McKenna Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum on Thursday, Feb. 23, about his research and misconceptions of the climate crisis. Koonin argued that climate group movements to halt fossil fuel extraction aren’t as urgent
Columnist Reia Li PO ‘24 wanted a way to connect to Chinese traditions despite being physically separated from their place of origin. “Spirit Abroad,” a collection of short stories that puts Chinese and Malaysian mythological creatures in more modern contexts, allowed her to do just that.
5C student governments have implemented new safety policies in response to safety concerns at upcoming 5C parties.
On Thursday, Nov. 17, Pomona College’s Benton Museum of Art hosted 5C Student Art Market, where student artists sold a variety of artwork, ranging from clothing to prints.