A major wind storm knocked out power to the 5Cs Friday night, toppling trees and causing significant damage across the campuses.
Having announced that the 5Cs will kick off the spring semester with two weeks of remote instruction, some schools are walking back the dates by which students are expected to arrive in Claremont.
A return to campus has brought new challenges coupled with romanticized expectations, says Abby Loiselle PO ’23.
Avoid social burnout from returning to campus by prioritizing your mental health, says Shay Suresh CM ’24.
The return to campus in the fall promises to be both exciting and challenging. As we look ahead, the process of adapting back to life on campus cannot be left as an afterthought. By setting accurate expectations for what the fall semester will look like, and preparing accordingly, we can collectively create an environment that is both understanding of the challenges ahead and well-equipped to face them together, writes Ryan Lillestrand PZ ’23.
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.
A Scripps College student living on campus has tested positive for COVID-19. The student has since left campus.
When directives to clear the campuses, cancel events and suspend most on-site activity were issued in March, many 5C students scattered for home or alternate residences. But departing students left behind a vastly different landscape for the handful of their classmates that remained at the colleges.
With the threat of coronavirus bearing down, 5C students saw their semesters on campus cut short as administrators asked them to leave.
In this week’s Ask TSL, we find out whether the berries at CMC are edible or will leave you dead-ible.