PO develops a new plan for international student representation at commencement, The Shakedown didn’t recieve PZ Senate funding and more.
CMC students are pushing the school to advance its carbon neutrality deadline, and Scripps students are calling to join a sustainibility pact.
Scripps’ inaction on sustainability efforts contradicts its mission as a liberal arts college, discrediting its self-prescribed identity as a leader in building a just society for its students.
Claremont McKenna College hasn’t yet met the fundraising threshold needed to start its formalized three-year withdrawal process from the Keck Science Department, creating uncertainty about the plan’s timeline, Keck dean Ulysses Sofia told TSL.
Claremont McKenna College’s faculty backs the school’s decision to leave its joint science department with Scripps College and Pitzer College.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock CM ’88 spoke to TSL about his experience at CMC and his potential presidential run.
The International Festival had it all — there were traditional foods, fun activities and live performances of music and dance.
Scripps has eliminated substance free housing for the 2019-2020 year, replacing it with a Wellness Learning Community, which is not sub-free.
Claremont McKenna College hosted McKenna Palooza, with proceeds going towards the JED Foundation for suicide prevention.
Despite Claremont McKenna touting itself as one of the “happiest colleges,” the reality for many students, especially marginalized students, is anything but happy.