Ten politics professors at the Claremont Colleges joined more than 1,500 political scientists in an open letter calling for the immediate removal of President Donald Trump from office.
“Ants” by Nikita Chinamanthur SC ’22 follows 19-year-old Natasha as she navigates online dating, feelings of displacement and insecurities.
The 5Cs announced the official spring semester calendar with the addition of a week-long spring break in an email from the Academic Deans Committee to 5C students Dec. 11.
Scripps College will start the spring semester online due to worsening coronavirus pandemic conditions in Los Angeles County, reinstate the traditional week-long spring break and try to bring students back in March, President Lara Tiedens announced via email Tuesday.
Scripps College President Lara Tiedens will resign effective April 15, 2021, after five years of serving the college.
Scripps College released details of its plan to return students to campus in the spring in an email to students Monday.
Students that recently moved to Claremont must respect their new communities by preventing the spread of COVID, argues Uma Nagarajan-Swenson SC ’22.
While Harvey Mudd College is on schedule to complete its McGregor Computer Science Center, some major construction projects backed by Pomona College, Scripps College
In the wake of budget cuts and staff furloughs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, endowments have been the center of many conversations — but what exactly are they? TSL spent the semester researching endowments and talking to the undergraduate Claremont Colleges administration about how each college’s endowment is run — here’s what we learned.
Pomona College announced Tuesday that it had co-founded the newly created Liberal Arts Colleges Racial Equity Leadership Alliance, which aims to combat racial inequities at liberal arts colleges, according to a news release on the school’s website.