Fizz is the hub of all things 5Cs. Although perfect for memes and mindless scrolling, Anjali Suva PO ’27 wonders whether it’s giving us a disproportionately pessimistic view of our college experiences.
This February, Black student organizations across the 5Cs. Each club works to empower Black student voices across the campuses. Many of them address important issues such as student inclusivity and education of the Black experience in the United States.
As COVID-19 cases surged to unprecedented levels at the 5Cs throughout April, Claremont McKenna College and Harvey Mudd College quickly found themselves in a complicated position: they didn’t have enough isolation space for everyone who tested positive.
Five years ago, in March 2017, TSL published the leaked Wabash Report, a 2015 investigation that exposed the severity of Harvey Mudd College’s curriculum and workload. Students quoted in the report spoke about sacrificing sleep, hobbies, hygiene and religious practices in order to manage their classes.
This month, Harvey Mudd College’s Sprague Gallery spotlighted a diverse array of women-centric art by Waverly Wang HM ’23, including Sherlock fanart and visualizations of music.
After engaging in renowned indoor climbing competitions, Bella Jariel HM ’24 transitions to climbing in more outdoor settings.
Creativity, art or design are not words that typically come to mind when thinking of Harvey Mudd College, but their new makerspace is hoping to foster just that.
Harvey Mudd College will hold a virtual commencement this May and an in-person celebration spring 2022 for the class of 2021.
Students that recently moved to Claremont must respect their new communities by preventing the spread of COVID, argues Uma Nagarajan-Swenson SC ’22.
After three years of planning, Harvey Mudd College will adopt a new Core curriculum to decrease workload and stress for first-years and sophomores. The curriculum will likely not take effect until at least fall 2022.