An untraditional Nativity scene depicting Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus as refugees separated in cages was put up at the Claremont United Methodist Church over the weekend.
Industrial gentrification in the Inland Empire is inevitable. A solution to the its housing crisis is to reform laws and rebuild cities along the coast.
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.
Metrolink’s horns are a mainstay on Pomona’s South Campus, but that may someday change: Claremont could soon be eligible for a “quiet zone” from the California Public Utilities Commission so that trains would no longer be required to sound their horns in city limits.
The LA Metro’s Gold Line is set to extend to Claremont, but a lack of funding jeopardizes a plan that would improve 5C students’ access to LA.
Fashion trends among the students of the Claremont Colleges include Birkenstocks, high-waisted shorts and distressed jeans
TSL news writers Anushe Engineer SC ’22 and Maggie Lind SC ’22 sit down with Pomona College Geology Professor Nicole Moore to discuss the likelihood of an earthquake in the Claremont area and what students should know to prepare themselves.
The Laemmle Claremont 5 theater’s future is in limbo as part of the Southern Californian moviehouse chain is put on the market.
Kyla Smith SC ’19 tours the refrigerator in her off-campus apartment and explains how she keeps her fridge stocked.
A review of four places in Claremont that serve acai bows: Pepo Melo, Podge’s Claremont Juice Co., The Spot Cafe and Scripps College.