With acceptance rates as low as 7 percent, the Claremont Colleges are some of the most selective liberal arts schools in the nation. But in the wake of class registration, some students are discovering that being accepted to these schools is not always the hardest part — sometimes, it’s getting
For fashion columnist Gus Gingrich, TikTok has become an unavoidable fixture of fashion. Gingrich reflects on 5C fashion, and whether TikTok has had a major impact on students’ style.
Poet and essayist Ross Gay spoke at Rose Hills Theater on Sept. 14. He read selections from his collection of essays “Inciting Joy.” He shared his reflections on joy and its relationships with optimism, hope and suffering. Gay structured his talk as a collective conversation, with audience members sharing their experiences on discovering joy and passion.
At the beginning of the 2023-2024 academic year, Pomona College was ranked the fourth best private college for financial aid by the Princeton Review. Pomona joined the ranks of Vassar College, Princeton University, Yale University, Vanderbilt University and 15 other schools that made headlines earlier this year for their generous
Staff members and student coordinators at Pomona’s Draper Center for Community Partnerships, a space that supports community engagement activities for students at Pomona and the 5Cs.
For many first-years, ASPC elections can elicit disillusionment and apathy, writes Anjali Suva PO ’27.
For many Pitzer students, a trip to the Pit-Stop signifies the start of a new day. While there are many cafes across the 5Cs, the Pit-Stop has become an essential space not just for Pitzer students but for all 5C students. This is in large part because of the environment the Pit-Stop workers create which makes the Pit-Stop a key space for the creation of student/worker friendships.
Two weeks before Hispanic Heritage Month began, fans from all over the Inland Empire and Los Angeles county lined up mid-day, getting ready to see one of the biggest Mexican Norteno bands live and for free. On September 8th 2023, Los Tigres Del Norte performed to a full house at Fox Theater.
Advice columnist Camila Navarrette calls her mom at least once a day. Being so far away from home as a first generation student is hard enough without talking to her once a day. Have you called yours?
On September 9th, Pomona College’s Benton Museum of Art celebrated the opening of its two fall exhibitions “June Harwood: Paintings” and “Tracing the Edge,” with an artist panel and reception. The exhibition displayed June Harwood and other contemporary abstract artists’ famous works through personal stories and connections.