On Oct. 1, the Claremont Art Walk provided opportunities for local artists and galleries to sell their work and to provide a compelling narrative along the way.
A recent $250,000 donation to Pitzer College’s Critical Action and Social Advocacy (CASA) program will boost collaborations between Pitzer students and social justice groups in the Inland Empire region.
With on-campus speakers and events canceled, organizations at the Claremont Colleges are offering virtual talks to keep 5Cers engaged.
The student-run Draper Center program Pomona Employment Partners is tackling the Californian homeless crisis, working to eliminate unemployment in the city of Pomona by acting as one-on-one employment case managers. “I came to the conclusion that employment assistance [is] an area where college students seem uniquely positioned to help people experiencing homelessness,” founder Sophie Roe PO ’19 said.