Recontextualizing the ordinary: Claremont Graduate University’s fine arts program presents second year show ‘Witness’

On Oct. 11th, the CGU MFA program’s second-year showcase titled “Witness” opened to all members of the 7Cs and beyond. The show was organized by 10 students as a part of completing their two year Master of Fine Arts curriculum.

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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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The 5 to the 10: Breaking Bald — when Michel Foucault did LSD with a CGU professor 

Southern California columnist Cassidy Bensko SC ’25 chronicles cultural critic Michel Foucault’s philosophical transformation, which was sparked by a “trip” to Death Valley with a former Claremont Graduate University professor.

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CGU receives $14 million gift for purchase of Huntley Bookstore to house health research center

Claremont Graduate University received a gift of $14 million — among the largest in its 95-year history — from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians to purchase the Huntley Bookstore.

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Q&A: CGU epidemiologist Nicole M. Gatto talks COVID-19, masks and politics

As the United States continues to report record numbers of new daily COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, TSL sat down with Nicole M. Gatto, an associate professor of public health at Claremont Graduate University, to discuss the surge in cases and governmental response.

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While 5Cs go fully online, KGI students conduct COVID-19 vaccine research from campus

While the 5C campuses have gone quiet with online classes, some graduate students at Claremont Graduate University and Keck Graduate Institute are toiling away in their Claremont classrooms — some conducting research on COVID-19 vaccines and virus detection strategies, and others visiting campus to access art studios.

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Claremont Colleges cancel in-person classes, tell students to go home

The undergraduate Claremont Colleges canceled in-person classes after spring break and are asking students to move out early.

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