With acceptance rates as low as 7 percent, the Claremont Colleges are some of the most selective liberal arts schools in the nation. But in the wake of class registration, some students are discovering that being accepted to these schools is not always the hardest part — sometimes, it’s getting
For fashion columnist Gus Gingrich, TikTok has become an unavoidable fixture of fashion. Gingrich reflects on 5C fashion, and whether TikTok has had a major impact on students’ style.
A new artistic installation at Claremont McKenna College (CMC) sparked controversy among students and faculty for diminishing green spaces on campus. “Qwalala,” by artist Pae White SC ’85, is the newest addition to CMC’s public art program, which strives to “integrate art into all aspects of campus life and provide
On Sept. 12 at CMC’s Athenaeum, Audrey Strevey PO ’25 and Yui Kurosawa CM ’26 debated the following proposition: The United States should establish a guaranteed living wage.
Recently, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has come under fire for a $3 million donation he and his wife, Akshata Murty CM ’02, gave to Claremont McKenna College (CMC) in 2018. The move has drawn criticism from some UK media and politicians, who believe the money should have been spent
Fashion columnist Lisa Gorelik tackles dangerous and unknown territory in her first column of the semester: CMC menswear.
Rowan Gray CM ’26 argues that Collins Dining Hall embodies what it means to be a CMC student.
This fall, students at Claremont McKenna College (CMC) returned to campus eager to embrace the same intense, high-energy community they left back in May. One thing, however, was different — Hiram Chodosh, who has served as CMC’s president for the last ten years, was gone. On Jul. 1, Chodosh began
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.
After her term as ASCMC’s Diversity & Inclusion Chair, Nisha Singh CM ’23 shares her experience with its undue emotional labor and misogyny.