TSL news writers Anushe Engineer SC ’22 and Maggie Lind SC ’22 sit down with Pomona College Geology Professor Nicole Moore to discuss the likelihood of an earthquake in the Claremont area and what students should know to prepare themselves.
The Claremont Colleges are preparing for major earthquakes by stocking up on supplies and planning to participate in a worldwide drill.
It’s not a question of “if,” but “when.” Southern California is overdue for a large earthquake. Scientists have determined that the likelihood of a
Pin pad step installed as extra security at Scripps College residence halls Scripps College residence halls now require both an ID card swipe and
In the aftermath of the 7.1-magnitude earthquake in central Mexico, which left more than 300 dead, the risk of a major earthquake seems more severe
Since Haiti’s devastating earthquake on Jan. 12, 2010, Haitians both living on the island and abroad have been in the process of reclaiming
This past Saturday, we watched as Nepal was struck by a relentless series of large-magnitude earthquakes. With more than 200 ensuing aftershocks, it has
A 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal April 25, killing a reported 7,000 people and affecting over eight million. The 13 students from the Claremont Colleges
Each year, student apathy toward emergency drills is on full display during the Great Southern California ShakeOut drill held at the Claremont Colleges. At
Pomona Geology Professor Linda Reinen gave a talk Wednesday to about 50 students on the Great California ShakeOut, a large-scale emergency disaster drill that