“2024 Our Story” is a podcast created by Alyssa Wend SC ’24 and Ellen Hu SC ’24 that chronicles their experience starting college during a virtual year.
With only one programming class under his belt, Hoang Chu PZ ’24 coded a website aiming to help with course registration.
Pomona College should recreate sponsor groups for sophomores if we return to campus in the fall to provide students with the opportunity to form a community, argues Phillip Kong PO ’24.
Students who are new to campus need make-up in-person Orientation Adventures, writes Ryan Lillestrand PZ ’23.
5C first-years open up about moving away from home to Claremont and finding roommates during the virtual semester.
First-year athletes at the 5Cs are finding ways to stay connected and mimic an on-campus experience despite going online this fall.
Pomona College is planning a slew of changes to its first-year orientation programming, designed to increase awareness of campus resources.
Pomona will keep next fall’s Orientation Adventure destinations within four hours’ driving distance from campus.
Contrary to last week’s announcement removing Orientation Adventure from students’ first-year orientation, Pomona College is keeping OA as a first-year experience for fall 2019, Dean of Students Avis Hinkson wrote in an email to students Dec. 13. In a Dec. 5 faculty meeting, Pomona President G. Gabrielle Starr announced that
Pomona College is moving its four-day Orientation Adventure program from students’ first year to their second year, President G. Gabrielle Starr announced at a faculty meeting Dec. 5. The decision shocked and angered many students and faculty members, and within hours a petition asking for the change to be reverted