CMC mistakenly offers admitted students $40,000 scholarship awards

When 306 of this year’s first-year applicants to Claremont McKenna College opened their admissions letters on March 24, they got the good news they were hoping for — and even more. But the joy from a $10,000 annual scholarship wouldn’t last long.

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Pomona economics professor Niree Kodaverdian expresses creativity through art, modeling

What do art, economics and fashion modeling have in common? Let full-time artist and Pomona College professor Niree Kodaverdian paint you a picture.

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OPINION: How today’s unpaid internships perpetuate inequality

An important barrier came down on Capitol Hill last month without much fanfare: unpaid congressional internships. Long seen as the door into Washington and the path toward forging a career there, these internships play a key role in limiting accessibility. Nearly regarded as a rite of passage for older college

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OPINION: Trump’s corporate tax cuts and trade policies are counterproductive

President Donald Trump’s trade war with China and his Republican-led tax plan are the results of historical amnesia and poor education. In the top 50 most well-educated counties with a population of at least 50,000 people, Hillary Clinton won the hearts of voters in 48 counties. Her margin of victory

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