For international students returning to Claremont, exchanging horror stories from the COVID-19 semesters has become a new bonding activity. One and a half years of remote learning did not normalize taking midnight classes and calculating time differences for exams and assignments. Besides the struggles with time zones, international students constantly
On International Women’s Day, Scripps Presents spotlighted one of the most international women: author Isabel Allende, who has written 24 books available in over 42 languages, according to her website.
After two trips to Hong Kong interviewing at protests, Trevor Klein CM ’24 earned a spot in the Tokyo International Short Film Festival for his documentary.
In light of the Trump administration’s policy change making it harder for international students to stay in the country, we need to recognize how vital international students are to the American college experience, argues Ebenezer Mensah PO ’23
The U.S. has rescinded a policy that would have stripped international students taking all-online course loads of their visas.
The 5Cs ordered students to leave campus Wednesday due to the COVID-19 pandemic, causing concern among international and low-income students.
43 Harvey Mudd students are studying abroad this semester – the most in the college’s history.
Computer science professor Mike Izbicki discusses conscientious objection, teaching in North Korea, and machine learning for social change.
On the night of Nov. 3, a hush of excitement fell over the crowd of students, faculty, and community members as the night’s emcees, Noah Plasse PO ’21 and Tingyue (Juanita) Man PZ ’21, sauntered onto the stage to commence the 2018 International Autumn Gala. They welcomed the audience and