As the school year kicks off, we get to dive into the different profiles on how students at the 5Cs get from class to class. Whether you’re a walker, biker, e-scooter, or on wheels, let’s hear about the diverse perspective and experiences on the different transportation methods each student takes.
Ever since the start of spring semester, Emily Kim PO ’25 has collected peppermints in the front pocket of her fanny pack. In this week’s food column, she explains exactly why.
After a groundbreaking ceremony in May 2022, construction is well underway on the Nucleus, a collaborative endeavor between Scripps College and Pitzer College to expand the W.M. Keck Science Center which currently hosts both colleges’ STEM departments.
Students of all religions should be able to celebrate their holidays without worry, argues guest writer Ella Lehavi ’24.
Associate Professor of Psychology Sharda Umanath will teach Claremont McKenna College’s first Napier Initiative course, “Effective Learning Across the Lifespan,” which will engage about 12 undergraduates and six elders.
Pushing back the start times of HMC core classes means students will be better rested and more productive, argues Serena Mao HM ’25.
5C students spend most of their time studying for college courses — but that doesn’t mean they’ve completely graduated from elementary school. That’s where Pomona’s Playground Games class comes in.
After a few weeks of classes in tents, students and faculty express con-tent-ment with the benefits of outdoors classrooms.
With only one programming class under his belt, Hoang Chu PZ ’24 coded a website aiming to help with course registration.
The undergraduate Claremont Colleges canceled in-person classes after spring break and are asking students to move out early.