A double major in Art History and Studio Art, Sabina Eastman’s PZ ’23 philosophy is all about combining various art movements and integrating them into her own personal style.
Pitzer linguistics professor Carmen Fought and Pitzer alumna Karen Eisenhauer PZ ’13 recently published their book, “Language and Gender in Children’s Animated Films.”
After a groundbreaking ceremony in May 2022, construction is well underway on the Nucleus, a collaborative endeavor between Scripps College and Pitzer College to expand the W.M. Keck Science Center which currently hosts both colleges’ STEM departments.
Stand with Iran, an event open to students throughout the Claremont Colleges, took place on Sunday, Oct. 9 at Pitzer’s Grove House.
From flirting with grand theft auto to holding chickens captive, Harvey Mudd College’s annual Atwood Dorm Scavenger Hunt is sure to bring the house down — and maybe Pitzer College’s banner with it. This year’s Sept. 13 endeavor also left Mudders with a damage fee of $5,000 and a side of community service to pay back Pitzer.
A recent $250,000 donation to Pitzer College’s Critical Action and Social Advocacy (CASA) program will boost collaborations between Pitzer students and social justice groups in the Inland Empire region.
The title of best taco at the 5Cs is a contested one. Fortunately, food columnist Isaac Warshaw PO `25 has created the definitive ranking.
As COVID-19 policies relax across the 5Cs, this year’s student body presidents are more focused than ever on creating community and fostering wellness. While each president has specific plans and goals for their respective school, one ambitious, common theme echoes throughout all their platforms: rebuilding connections and support systems at
Pitzer College’s Listserv Student-Talk is back — along with some modifications from Pitzer Student Senate’s executive board.
Esther Cohen PZ ’24 added her work “The Gray Ghost” to Pitzer College’s defining mural wall in the spring 2022 semester.