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.
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.
The Huntley Bookstore is turning a new page. After leaving its home of 51 years, the store settled into a temporary location on the first floor of Honnold Mudd Library, reopening to the public Feb. 7.
The Claremont Institute published a statement on Oct. 11 defending senior fellow John Eastman, the lawyer who advised former President Donald Trump on overturning the 2020 election in Congress.
The 6C Interim Title IX Policy was revised in late January in an effort to comply with an order mandated under the Trump administration.
TSL’s Editorial Board calls on Claremont Graduate University to revoke its Jan. 7 statement that qualified senators’ and representatives’ recent claims of election fraud as “legitimate points.”
Six Claremont College presidents condemned the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol in emails to students Thursday.
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.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock CM ’88 was just one Claremont Colleges alum to lose a contested race earlier this week.
CGU instruction will remain majority online in the spring semester, the school announced in an email to students Wednesday.