Students who take jobs with unethical companies need to knowthat their negative impact on society will be more than their positive impact on the companies.
The programs Pomona College has implemented to help students afford textbooks have left many students unclear if and how they can receive financial support for academic materials.
Through basic restructuring and more student input in the planning process, Pomona’s Orientation Adventure could be significantly more welcoming and helpful to new students.
The fourth annual Money Matters Week was organized by the FLI at Pomona College, and highlights how the 5Cs engage in classist activities.
Hold on to your open minds and keep all prejudices outside of the vehicle at all times — we are entering an era of unprecedented diversity in higher education. Elite private colleges and universities around the United States are admitting more underrepresented minorities, women and first-generation, low-income (FLI) students than
Frary Provides Free Meals To Students On Financial Aid During Spring Break Pomona College kept Frary Dining Hall open for the first time over spring break to provide an on-campus dining option for students remaining on campus. Pomona students on financial aid were provided a subsidized two-swipe-per-day plan that allowed
TSL spoke to Dr. Melvin Oliver, the recently announced President-Designate of Pitzer College, on his experience as a first-generation college student, his work on racial and economic inequality, and the benefits of small colleges. TSL: What about Pitzer College motivated you to apply to become its president? MO: Well, I am the
“Many people report a sense of appreciation and pride to be affiliated with CMC, but there are also those who feel disenfranchised.” –Claremont McKenna College’s 2011-2012 Campus Climate Task Force Report “Who taught you to hate yourself from the top of your head to the soles of your feet? Who