California moved into the least restrictive yellow tier, Governor Gavin Newsom announced in a tweet Tuesday.
California’s economy will fully reopen on June 15 if vaccine and hospitalization targets are met, Governor Gavin Newsom announced Tuesday.
Californians should not be quick to criticize Texas politicians in times of crisis, as they face similar issues, writes Ben Reicher PO ’22.
California voters can promote equality by voting yes on Proposition 16 to reinstate affirmative action, says Callie Radecki PZ ’22.
Talia Bernstein SC ’21 details her experience photographing the devastation caused by the CZU Lighting Complex fires.
Michelle Lum HM ’23 describes how recent wildfires on the West Coast present a stark reality of a world undergoing climate change.
Harvey Mudd College plans to return to campus this fall in a hybrid format, pending approval from health officials as the coronavirus pandemic worsens in California.
Pomona College economics professor Fernando Lozano will serve as co-chair of California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s new Council of Economic Advisors.
The student-run Draper Center program Pomona Employment Partners is tackling the Californian homeless crisis, working to eliminate unemployment in the city of Pomona by acting as one-on-one employment case managers. “I came to the conclusion that employment assistance [is] an area where college students seem uniquely positioned to help people experiencing homelessness,” founder Sophie Roe PO ’19 said.
A proposed 0.75 percent Claremont sales tax that supporters say would have boosted city revenues by $2.5 million appears headed toward defeat. But with more than 1,000 ballots from Tuesday’s special election yet to be counted, a community group supporting Measure CR isn’t conceding just yet.