As towns and cities across the country struggle with the goals of their public safety spending, some are working to address the need for mental health professionals to respond to non-criminal police calls. Claremont is in the process of doing just that.
Diana Vicezar PZ ’24 is representing Paraguay at Youth4Climate, a climate change conference organized by the UN. TSL caught up with Vicezar on Tuesday to learn more about what she’s been up to this week.
Pomona College should take charge of its own food waste management instead of depending on the City of Claremont’s overburdened compost system, argues Willa Frank PO ’25.
5C students returning to California this year are finding the water crisis has only worsened. The U.S. Drought Monitor now finds nearly half of California meets the highest level of severity, “exceptional drought,” with more than 85 percent of the state in “extreme” conditions.
Student Health Services will begin providing COVID-19 vaccines to all members of the Claremont community 18 years of age or older April 16.
Are you on Claremont Twitter? In this insular community, members have gone viral, been endorsed by Jaboukie and sparked political discourse.
Members of a regional multi-agency SWAT team were on campus from approximately 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday for routine training for emergency preparedness.
@5C_roomiesss was meant to be a network to connect at-need students with housing. Two admin who helped run the account told TSL their regrets and why they decided to shut it down.
Though health experts and fellow students have warned of the dangers of traveling and moving back to Claremont, some students have no choice but to move or have chosen to return regardless. Here are some things to know if you’re moving to Claremont for the spring semester.
The percentage of intensive care unit beds available in Southern California remained at zero percent Friday, according to the California Department of Public Health.