The 5Cs have a responsibility to fix the technical and accessibility issues that students experienced during recent course registration, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
OPINION: Kyle Greenspan PZ ’23 argues that everyone at the 5Cs all have a role to play in making entry-level professional experiences more accessible.
Even when the Claremont Colleges are physically accessible — and they’re definitely not — physical accessibility isn’t enough to include disabled students.
Claremont needs to keep accessibility and the needs of disabled community members in mind when designing and implementing building plans.
This week’s snippets: Pomona fixes a technical issue with emergency notifications, and a new accessibility services hire.
TSL sat down with assistant director of Smith Campus Center and ballroom dance instructor Denise Machin to discuss her sixth year at Pomona College and fourth year as director of the Claremont Colleges Ballroom Dance Company.
The Disability Illness and Difference Alliance, a 5C group for disabled students and their allies, aims to promote awareness surrounding disability issues.