On Friday, Sept. 15, more than 40 students, faculty and residents of Claremont gathered on Walker Beach for a climate rally in coordination with protests planned around 54 countries. As a part of the September 15 Day Against Climate rally led by the Fridays for Future campaign, rally organizers and
When theoretical physicist Steven Koonin spoke at CMC last week, Rowan Gray CM ‘26 and Gabriel Konar-Steenberg PO ‘23 weren’t impressed — they were appalled.
Feeling eco-anxiety about overconsumption during the holidays is normal, argues guest writer Kana Jackson PZ ’25. Here are some steps to ease this worry.
The Pomona College mainstage put on ‘If nobody does remarkable things,’ a story of forgiveness, climate change, activism and sacrifices.
In solidarity with over 500 Climate Strikes happening worldwide, dozens of students from across the Claremont Colleges gathered last Friday at Pomona College’s Walker Beach to participate in a climate strike rally and share their personal experiences with climate change.
Nearly nine in ten Pomona College students believe the school should move toward complete divestment from fossil fuels, a March 29 referendum revealed. 88 percent of students voted in favor of a resolution to divest on the ballot, while 96 percent of those who voted agreed that the Board of Trustees’ Investment Committee should disclose the percentage of Pomona’s endowment that remains invested in fossil fuels.
Following an overwhelming vote by Pomona College’s student body in favor of divesting the college’s endowment from fossil fuels, the editorial board calls on Pomona’s Board of Trustees to do the right thing and finally confront the college’s role in the climate crisis.
“Don’t Look Up” is a clunky attempt at critiquing climate change, writes film columnist Gerrit Punt PO ’24, and you’re not automatically a climate denier for not liking it.
Vote yes in an upcoming student referendum calling on Pomona to disclose and divest from its fossil fuel investments, writes guest columnist Ethan Vitaz PZ ’22.
On March 1, Ontario’s city council voted to allow the repurposing of some of the farmland in south Ontario to build some of the city’s largest warehouse complexes. The decision — which is not the first of its kind — was met with backlash by some Ontarians and environmental groups, including Pitzer College’s Robert Redford Conservancy for Southern California Sustainability.