Some 7C students may soon get federal coronavirus aid from their schools in the form of a check in the mail. Others will have to wait a bit longer.
Viridiana Chabolla PO ’13 is among the plaintiffs in a Supreme Court case challenging President Donald Trump’s repeal of DACA.
Students, faculty and staff took to the steps outside Frary on Tuesday morning to protest as the Supreme Court considers overturning DACA.
As a Pomona College alumna in Washington D.C. stood in front of the Supreme Court on Tuesday among the plaintiffs challenging President Donald Trump administration’s move to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, a group of 500 people gathered on the steps outside of Frary Dining Hall to
The first annual 5C First Gen Week, organized by first-generation student coalitions at each college, consisted of daily events spanning the 5Cs.
Cristian Jose Padilla Romero PO ’18 seeks help as his mother, Tania Romero, is being held at an ICE detention facility. Tania is in imminent danger of deportation and faces health problems from being held in detention after surviving stage 4 cancer.
On March 12, more than 200 Pitzer students mobilized to protest the college’s decision to withhold scholarship money from a DACA student.
In my senior year of high school, our school’s FREE Club (Friends of Rights, Emancipation, and Equality), a student-led social advocacy group, devoted the year to promoting student awareness of President Donald Trump’s then-recent rescission of DACA. Their campaign included a map of the world hung in the main school
Pomona College has repeatedly made headlines since President Donald Trump took office for its advocacy for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and undocumented students (DACA). Former President David Oxtoby, current President G. Gabrielle Starr, and former Dean of Students Miriam Feldblum have all been outspoken on the issue, positioning Pomona