For the first time in nearly two centuries, the first people who inhabited the Los Angeles area will have land of their own. Owing to an Oct. 10 donation from an Altadena resident, the Tongva, whose ancestral lands extend to the Channel islands, received the first returned plot of land
OPINION: CMC trustees must divest from the Coastal GasLink pipeline
CMC trustees Henry Kravis and George Roberts should end their connections to the CGL pipeline, which contributes to climate change and violates the sovereignty of the Wet’suwet’en people, Luciénne Reyes PZ ’24 writes.
International students denounce Pomona’s decision not to fly non-U.S. flags at commencement
Pomona College is currently only planning to fly the California and U.S. flags at commencement this year, prompting a petition with more than 700 signatures.
Claremont Colleges celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day
Students at the Claremont Colleges recognized Indigenous Peoples’ Day Oct. 8 with the fourth annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Midnight Celebration at Scripps College’s Malott Commons and a visit to festivities at City Hall in downtown Los Angeles. The celebration in LA marked the removal of a Columbus statue in Los