On Feb. 9, Pomona College announced that prominent civil rights activist Myrlie Evers-Williams PO ’68 donated an archival collection of her life and work during the civil rights era to the school. The collection, which will eventually be housed in Honnold Mudd Library, includes thousands of artifacts that “offer tangible
If you’ve been searching for the soundtrack to your next homework-induced crying session, look no further.
A majority of Honnold Mudd Library staff have voted in favor of unionization, according to a March 23 statement from the California Federation of Teachers, which is representing the 7C library workers.
Staff at the 7Cs’ Honnold Mudd Library are deciding by secret ballot whether to form a union after at least 30 percent of approximately 40 eligible employees expressed interest. The California Federation of Teachers filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board filed a petition to represent the staff, according to a Feb. 9 statement from The Claremont Colleges Services (TCCS).
Feeling lonely? Book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24 suggests that “You & A Bike & A Road” – and Honnold-Mudd’s graphic novel section – just might be the cure.
The Huntley Bookstore is turning a new page. After leaving its home of 51 years, the store settled into a temporary location on the first floor of Honnold Mudd Library, reopening to the public Feb. 7.
With responsibilities including researching, working on personal projects, assisting students, and advertising resources, the Honnold/Mudd librarians’ schedules are booked.
Based on guidelines from the LACDPH, the Claremont Colleges are requiring students to get the flu shot by the end of the month.
Honnold Mudd Library will reopen their doors to faculty on an appointment basis beginning April 15, pending county approval.
In a series of COVID-19 budget cuts, the Claremont Colleges have reduced Honnold Mudd Library’s budget by 23.5 percent, according to an email sent to faculty and obtained by TSL. The budget reduction was in response to “current and anticipated revenue shortfalls” at the 5Cs, according to the email sent