Design class crafts blueprint for all-in-one 7C student center, to be finished in August 2025

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

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Honnold Mudd Library staff voting on unionization

Staff at the 7Cs’ Honnold Mudd Library are deciding by secret ballot whether to form a union after at least 30 percent of approximately 40 eligible employees expressed interest. The California Federation of Teachers filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board filed a petition to represent the staff, according to a Feb. 9 statement from The Claremont Colleges Services (TCCS). 

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SHS implements pooled COVID-19 testing, citing cost and efficiency

This month, some 5C students were puzzled to discover their COVID-19 test results from Student Health Services read “Pnegative,” rather than the formerly reported “negative.” 

The reason for their confusion? SHS began pooled testing on Nov. 1, and results shifted accordingly to reflect the new process in place.

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OPINION: Hold On! A criticism of the ‘move forward’ response by President Starr and others to the PA Shooting

The events of this past weekend horrified and disgusted the world, yet left the Jewish community, on the whole, unsurprised. Perhaps due to the fact that I revisit anti-Semitism week after week in Post-Holocaust Philosophy Theory with Pomona College professor Oona Eisenstadt, I have become especially inured to the idea

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OPINION: “Be yourself, just quieter”

There is an unwritten rule that all socially conscious individuals know to be true: One may not ever question the shyness of another. How rude! We have been conditioned into this understanding; reservedness is still considered less than socially acceptable, but, nevertheless, admirable. This is not to say there is

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Opinion: National events need to break through our Claremont bubble

CW: sexual assault Sept. 28 was a whirlwind I’ll never forget. Over the span of 12 hours, the country watched as a Supreme Court nominee and his accuser testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee. It was heart-wrenching; Christine Blasey Ford’s harrowing account of sexual assault at the hands of a

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Opinion: Affirmative action and the insecurity of Asian-Americans

Growing up in a Chinese-American household, I was raised to value achievement in quantifiable, measurable forms. I was taught to follow the rules of the system and pursue paths with predictable outcomes. For many Asian-Americans like myself, the expectations we were raised with fuel the explosion of fury in the

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