With responsibilities including researching, working on personal projects, assisting students, and advertising resources, the Honnold/Mudd librarians’ schedules are booked.
We need more support and research targeted toward APIDA communities, who suffer from greater mental health stigma and bicultural stress, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
Our culture around science allows pharmaceutical companies to exploit us unquestioned, argues Sae Furukawa PO ’25.
The Spectrum 10K study into biological influences on autism promotes harmful and disproven stigmas about autistic people and should be stopped altogether, argues Luciénne Reyes PZ ’24.
Pomona College’s Remote Alternative Independent Summer Experience Program will again replace its Summer Undergraduate Research Program.
Almost half of the 2020 senior class at Claremont McKenna College has taken part in the CMC Impact Program, an initiative launched to support graduating seniors affected by COVID-19’s impact on the job market. The post-graduate program provides stipends to support proposed projects from members of the Class of 2020
Claremont McKenna College history professors created a COVID-19 archive to create an oral history and collect artifacts from the community.
While the 5C campuses have gone quiet with online classes, some graduate students at Claremont Graduate University and Keck Graduate Institute are toiling away in their Claremont classrooms — some conducting research on COVID-19 vaccines and virus detection strategies, and others visiting campus to access art studios.
Susanna Barrett SC ’19 has always been interested in DNA. This love developed at a young age, when Barrett was able to engage in DNA research as a high school student. Now a senior at Scripps College, Barrett has spent her time on campus working on her biochemistry major, in
Films like “Armageddon,” “Deep Impact,” and the aptly named mini-series “Asteroid” all tell the fictional story of a deadly asteroid impact. In reality, the chance of an asteroid impact is slim. However, Philip Choi, Pomona College professor of physics and astronomy, has been paying more attention to that chance. “There’s