Have you ever wondered why Claremont is so white? Southern California columnist Cassidy Bensko unpacks the white flight that created Los Angeles suburbs and the local politics that aim to keep them white.
On Nov. 4, the city and county of Los Angeles announced new mandates on proof of vaccination for COVID-19. The LA city ordinance is one of the strictest in the country, requiring proof of full vaccination from all eligible customers to enter any “indoor portion of a covered location,” although it won’t be enforced until Nov. 29.
Broken Silence 5Cs and Nobody Fails at CMC continue to raise money and diversify goals upon return to campus.
With construction set to begin next year on a wildlife corridor across Highway 101, which will be the world’s largest, Los Angeles County marks a new standard for habitat conservation in the United States, writes Willa Frank PO ’25.
Cases of the Delta variant are spiking in Los Angeles County — and that means an indoor face covering requirement is back for everyone, vaccinated or not.
California moved into the least restrictive yellow tier, Governor Gavin Newsom announced in a tweet Tuesday.
Claremont McKenna College will honor its class of 2021 with an in-person, student-only graduation ceremony May 15, 2021.
Pomona College will invite the classes of 2020 and 2021 to campus mid-2022 for a celebratory weekend in place of an in-person commencement.
Pomona College could resume modified on-campus activities this summer if Los Angeles County moves into the red tier of the state’s reopening plan, President G. Gabrielle Starr and administrators said in an email to the community Thursday. LA County has been in its most restrictive purple tier since August 2020,
Southern California reached its first week with zero percent reported ICU capacity since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.