After a disappointing finish to their 2022 season, the Pomona-Pitzer (P-P) men’s cross country team returned to their dominant form with a National Championship victory, the team’s third in the last four seaons. With a brand new coaching staff at the helm, the Sagehens left no doubt that they remain one of the nation’s best.
On a typical day at the 5Cs one is almost always bound to run into a student wearing an eye-catching outfit. From oversized retro t-shirts to vintage camis or mini dresses, many students have something in common when it comes to their fashion: a commitment to shopping sustainably and reusing second-hand clothing. This past Sunday, the 5C fashion club THREAD5 partnered with Pitzer Campus Life to host the Mounds Bazaar, a cross-campus-wide sale on the Pitzer College Mounds.
On Oct. 29 and Nov. 1, the Pitzer community honored Jesse Lopez PZ ’24, who passed away the previous Friday.
Pop goes the weasel! The newly coachless Claremont Weasels lost their season opener 51-21 against the UCLA Bruins, despite glimmers of hope from youngsters on the squad.
The highly-anticipated second annual Halloweekend production of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” ran Oct. 27 and 28 in Pomona College’s Seaver Labs and Scripps College’s Balch Auditorium, respectively. Actors and audience members alike laughed and basked in the joy of the energetic, raunchy and campy performance.
People of Color Outside (POCO) creates a safe, inclusive and affordable space for people of color to engage with each other and the environment in the outdoors, building skills and having fun.
Standing in Skandera Hall at Pitzer College on Oct. 19, Professor of Political Studies Nigel Boyle welcomed students to the college’s newest exhibit from the archives. The exhibit is the third in a series that commemorates and celebrates Pitzer’s “Radical Roots.” Focusing on Pitzer’s rich history of activism between the 1960s to ’70s.
Nestled near the iconic clock tower, this student-operated café beautifully harmonizes
sustainability, community, and culinary creativity. The bungalow is more than just a symbol of environmental commitment; it embodies the essence of Pitzer culture, fostering deep bonds within the student community.
Climate change can feel inevitable. Joanne Oh PZ ’25 is here to say we can still fight back, especially with our resources as students at the 5Cs.
Various jewelry, clothing and local food vendors surrounded the mounds at Pitzer College on the weekend of Oct. 7.. Music played all afternoon at the McConnell Apron, and the Claremont community came out to support the first ever Black Flea Market by Pitzer’s Black Student Union (BSU).