Emily Kim PO ’25 amusedly suggests that the contents of a green box can reflect a college student’s state of mind.
Scripps transfer students expressed frustration with Scripps Resife after being placed in off-campus housing.
On Feb. 13, applications for housing at Pomona College’s Oldenborg Language Halls opened for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors. However, many students report applying to Oldenborg out of necessity rather than for its language offerings because it is one of the few residence halls at Pomona that offers single rooms
From flirting with grand theft auto to holding chickens captive, Harvey Mudd College’s annual Atwood Dorm Scavenger Hunt is sure to bring the house down — and maybe Pitzer College’s banner with it. This year’s Sept. 13 endeavor also left Mudders with a damage fee of $5,000 and a side of community service to pay back Pitzer.
When a heatwave swept across southern California at the start of this school year, Pomona’s plan didn’t prioritize students, argues Zeean Firmeza PO ’26.
A seemingly ordinary Monday night turned into a disaster for some Pomona College students when the Mudd Hall basement flooded with a foul-smelling black water around 10 p.m. April 4.
Scripps struggles to reflect the mission mythology behind its celebrated architecture, asserts SoCal columnist Cassidy Bensko SC ’25.
Dorm-ant? No, these uninvited insects are alive and active in your room. To rid these squatters, try the methods these students swear by.
After years of hinting at possible renovations, Pomona College says it is now close to rebuilding Oldenborg Center.
Scripps will no longer remove college-issued furniture from student rooms or permit students to do so beginning in the fall.