Renowned activist and scholar Angela Davis drew crowds of students, faculty and staff to Bridges Auditorium Tuesday and Thursday evening as she delivered the 2021 Ena H. Thompson lectureship.
Assembly Bill 988 will save lives by providing funding for California’s mental health crisis response system, but we need to advocate for it now so it will pass, argues Porter Reyes PO ’25.
Beneath the lighthearted humor of popular cop shows such as Brooklyn Nine-Nine lies insidious “copaganda,” pop culture columnist Caelan Reeves CM ’24 argues.
Members of a regional multi-agency SWAT team were on campus from approximately 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday for routine training for emergency preparedness.
Claremont residents opposed a proposal to dissolve the city’s police department and contract with the L.A. County sheriff instead.
TV columnist Gabriella Del Greco SC ’21 dives into the premiere of the “Watchmen” reboot and its supposed “wokeness.” “The first two episodes cast doubt on whether “Watchmen” truly has social justice in mind,” she writes.
Kohoutek, an annual music festival hosted by Pitzer College, was quieted and forced indoors by a noise complaint April 20.
Claremont Police ticketed several drivers and bikers for not stopping at a crosswalk near Marston Quad April 1. They face fines up to $100.