5C students must be welcoming to people of all fitness levels and maintain a positive dialogue surrounding exercise culture, instead of comparing and shaming others for their workout habits, writes Anna Tolkien CM ’24.
Don’t compete with your siblings, instead learn to be proud of their achievements and to define your own success, argues Mishaal Ijaz SC ’24.
With a reputation for being stressful and competitive, has recruiting for CMC’s consulting groups turned a new leaf?
Hidden among the 5Cs’ dozens of extracurriculars is Pomona College’s Mock Trial team, which recently qualified for a national championship.
Claremont Colleges students can sign up for this semester’s semiannual Sparkathon competition at sparkathon.org.
Pomona chef Travis Ellis recently ventured out of Claremont to compete in the NACUFS, winning a bronze medal for his dish.
Student bakers gathered at the Motley Coffeehouse on Feb. 8, primed to wow their peers with their culinary skills at the biannual Motley Student Bake Off. A crowd of student samplers showed up before noon, and the line stretched all the way around Seal Court for the duration of the
Two Claremont a cappella teams brought their A-game to the stage last Saturday at the 23rd annual West Quarterfinal of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, held at Pomona College’s Bridges Auditorium. First to perform were the Claremont Shades, which had hosted the competition for the past four years,
Sixteen students competed in various challenges testing the limits of their bodies in the new 5C Survivor Club this semester. Inspired by “Survivor,” the CBS reality television show that began in 2000, Brandon Piel CM ’21 decided to bring the competition to the 5Cs the summer after his first year.