Claremont After Dark wasn’t just annoying and alarming, argues Zeean Firmeza PO ’26. It was a wake-up call for administration and students to prioritize safety.
Over the past two weekends, school-sponsored parties held at Scripps College and Claremont McKenna College were shut down sooner than intended, owing to a series of incidents that put student and staff safety at risk.
Over Halloweekend, cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show returned to the 5Cs, generating large crowds and two memorable shows.
To keep the spookiness going this season, music columnist Hannah Weaver SC ’24 recommends 18-year-old Elliott Fullam’s debut album.
Edgar Allan Poe is frequently associated with Halloween, but book columnist Tomi Oyedeji Olaniyan CM `23 asks the question: Should he be?
People need to be more aware of the impact of their Halloween costume choice, argues guest writer Jada Shavers SC ’26.
The 29th through 31st of October is a weekend of candy, costumes and carving pumpkins — also known as Halloweekend. This year, Halloween took on an added dimension of importance for 5C students, as it was the first weekend when many COVID restrictions surrounding events and parties were lifted. This
Halloweekend festivities saw about 60 members of the Pomona-Pitzer Cross Country team, all dressed in sailor costumes, sail a 5-foot long, 8-foot wide and 10-foot tall boat across the 7Cs.
The Claremont Colleges formed in 1925, and Pomona College’s roots trace all the way back to 1887. With a college history as rich and old as this one, there’s bound to be some restless spirits floating around. Pomona, Scripps College, and Pitzer College have all had reported ghost sightings at