Seventeen days after three Pomona College contingent faculty members sent an open letter to faculty about their removal from college-owned residences, the situation — in which a total of nine contingent faculty have received an eviction letter — has yet to be resolved. Still, members of Pomona’s community have continued
Claremont’s City Council member and former Mayor Jed Leano is running in the 2024 California State Assembly election for the 41st district. TSL interviewed Leano to ask him about the campaign, his goals and what the 7C community should know about him and his candidacy. This conversation has been edited
After 66 years in Claremont and a nearly decade-long legal debate with the Claremont Colleges over a land agreement, the Claremont School of Theology announced plans to move to a new site at Westwood United Methodist Church in Los Angeles this summer.
On Feb. 13, applications for housing at Pomona College’s Oldenborg Language Halls opened for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors. However, many students report applying to Oldenborg out of necessity rather than for its language offerings because it is one of the few residence halls at Pomona that offers single rooms
After winter break, Linda Phan PO ’24 returned to her room to find it trashed. Housing and Res. Life told her to clean it herself.
Scripps is the only CMS school making their student-athletes stay off-campus during winter break, Annika Johnson SC ’23 writes.
The Claremont City Council is defending its decision to reject granting an easement to Larkin Place, a proposed affordable housing development, after being accused of violating state of California housing law.
The Claremont City Council voted Tuesday evening to adopt a temporary urgency ordinance banning “renovictions” — forced evictions for renovation purposes — for six months, beginning Jan. 1, 2023, when COVID-19 tenant protections expire in Los Angeles County. The vote comes after months of organizing by residents of Monarch Terrace
Dozens of Claremont residents face imminent eviction, through a loophole in tenant protection law which prompted a vote Tuesday evening to draft the ordinance. a vote Tuesday evening to draft the ordinance.
Throughout Claremont’s residential areas, many homes have signs on their front lawns reflecting both support and opposition for Larkin Place, a proposed affordable housing development for vulnerable populations in the city.