Dozens of Pomona students identifying as “a group of marginalized students who have not been served by Pomona College” presented a list of demands to President David Oxtoby last night, Nov. 17, calling for greater institutional and administrative support from their college. The students set forth the following demands: issuing a statement in
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Reflecting on the Aftermath of Revolution at CMC
Oh, what a week it’s been. Who would’ve imagined at the beginning of the semester that Claremont McKenna College would be on the cusp of what looks like a cultural revolution? Not me, that’s for sure. In just four days, the Claremont Colleges student body—fueled by a widely-shared snapshot of two Halloween “mariachis”
CMC Students of Color Protest Administration’s Lack of Support, Force Dean of Students to Resign
Following protests, statements and hunger strikes from student activists, Claremont McKenna College Dean of Students Mary Spellman announced that she would be stepping down from her position effective immediately, in an email to the CMC community yesterday, Nov. 12. Spellman’s resignation followed a Nov. 11 protest, where students presented a
Who Is the Happiest at the “Happiest College in America”?
“Many people report a sense of appreciation and pride to be affiliated with CMC, but there are also those who feel disenfranchised.” –Claremont McKenna College’s 2011-2012 Campus Climate Task Force Report “Who taught you to hate yourself from the top of your head to the soles of your feet? Who