5C students react to not being able to eat at dining halls other than that of their home campus due to Covid regulations.
Pomona College President Starr and administrators criticized legislation ASPC passed April 22, citing a lack of student representation in the decision.
ASPC is considering a proposal to transfer the Coop Fountain to Pomona College Dining Services, which would put the college in charge of running the restaurant and paying for associated costs.
As Claremont nights grow chillier, the Coop Fountain is offering a new food delivery service available to all 5C students. It runs from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings for a $2 fee.