Joshua Greene HM ’02 awarded national prize for mathematics paper

Joshua Greene HM ’02 won the Levi L. Conant Prize with his article, cited to become a “canonical reference for experts and non-experts alike.”

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‘American Dreams/Asian Nightmares’ combats anti-Asian hate through performance

At the Garrison Theater on Saturday, Oct. 29, father-son duo Hao Huang and Micah Huang PZ ’13 performed “American Dreams/Asian Nightmares.”

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From Green Beach to Whitehall: CMC alum Murty moves into Downing Street as Britain’s new ‘First Lady’

Claremont McKenna College now has a direct connection to 10 Downing Street. On Oct. 25, Rishi Sunak became Britain’s first leader of color and third prime minister in two months, following Liz Truss’s abrupt resignation. The 42-year-old former banker is married to CMC alumna and trustee Akshata N. Murty CM

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Martina Vandenberg PO ’90 speaks on experience in human rights work

An attorney, activist and alumna, Martina Vandenberg PO ’90 founded the Human Trafficking Legal Center and provides strategic litigation as a form of justice to trafficking survivors.

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Pomona sells its mineral rights, prompting student concerns about fossil fuel extraction

Pomona College sold its mineral rights for an undisclosed amount on March 18. The holdings were accumulated roughly over the past 50 years and were located across 14 states in the U.S.

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Claremont Graduate University receives its largest philanthropic commitment ever

Claremont Graduate University was bequeathed a $42 million gift from alumnus Patrick F. Cadigan CG ’78, CG ’80, in order to construct a new building for the university’s School of Arts and Humanities. The donation, announced Feb. 15, is the largest in the college’s nearly 100 years of operation.

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Five years after the Wabash Report, Harvey Mudd continues to reckon with workload and culture

Five years ago, in March 2017, TSL published the leaked Wabash Report, a 2015 investigation that exposed the severity of Harvey Mudd College’s curriculum and workload. Students quoted in the report spoke about sacrificing sleep, hobbies, hygiene and religious practices in order to manage their classes.

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