Building Leaders on Campus, a student-led organization aiming to enhance the campus experience of male students of color, is being revitalized this semester, reaching more students and enhancing its alumni outreach.
Pomona College announced its new advocates for sexual assault survivors program will be more directly linked to Project Sister, a local survivor support group, and will have a more hierarchical structure.
A Pomona committee addressing sexual assault faced criticism from students for suspending the Advocates program at a forum Tuesday.
Pomona College announced Wednesday that the Pomona Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault program has been suspended for the remainder of the spring semester, an unanticipated and controversial move that prompted nearly 100 students to pack an ASPC meeting room to voice their dissent. Written by the President’s Advisory Committee
Pomona College Dean of Students Avis Hinkson called for an immediate end to “the practice of barring, bullying or otherwise punishing students” through anonymous submissions to electronic lists, according to an email co-authored with Title IX Coordinator and Associate Dean Sue McCarthy sent to Pomona students Oct. 4. Student organizations
Pomona Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault organized Survivor Support Week, beginning on April 2, to enhance awareness and support for survivors of sexual, domestic, and intimate partner violence. The week included discussions and exhibitions, some of which centered around federal policies on sexual assault under Trump and the 5C community’s accountability for sexual