Protesters standing with the Black Lives Matter movement are organizing calls for reform within Claremont Police Department and the city.
Augie’s Coffee is laying off its entire staff and closing all retail operations. Employees said the move was a response to their unionization.
Lillian Perlmutter SC ’21 examines the origin of the word “chaotic” and the significance of its frequent use in Claremont queer dating circles. “For some, to be chaotic, to attract and emit unwieldy intensity — is a magnetic, magical quality, like being the human equivalent of a third tequila shot,” she writes.
When directives to clear the campuses, cancel events and suspend most on-site activity were issued in March, many 5C students scattered for home or alternate residences. But departing students left behind a vastly different landscape for the handful of their classmates that remained at the colleges.
5C classes will take place through the video conferencing platform Zoom, and continue to utilize Sakai, following spring break.
The U.S. Bicycle Route 66, which creates a continuous path for cyclists between Chicago and Santa Monica, is coming through Claremont.
Lillian Perlmutter SC ’21 explores the experience of returning from abroad and feeling like life doesn’t quite fit together the same.
Claremont residents opposed a proposal to dissolve the city’s police department and contract with the L.A. County sheriff instead.
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.