OPINION: We must keep the classics alive

Even as more students gravitate away from the humanities and toward STEM fields, it is essential that liberal arts colleges recognize the continued value of the classics, writes Annika Reff PO ’25.

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Elle Roc PO ’24 awarded prestigious Patti Grace Smith Memorial Fund aerospace industry scholarship

For Anaelle Roc PO ’24, physics isn’t just rocket science — it’s a way to create a more equitable future in the aerospace industry. Roc’s efforts and vision earned her the prestigious Patti Grace Smith Memorial Fund Scholarship last month, enabling her to delve deeper into the industry. 

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Galactic collisions: What Jorge Moreno’s research on dark matter can help us discover about making life better on Earth

Understanding the complexities of the universe? That’s a tall order for most people. But Jorge Moreno, an assistant professor of astronomy at Pomona College, isn’t just helping discover alternate forms of galaxies across the universe — they’re also using those discoveries to think more deeply about life right here on Earth.

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Harvey Mudd’s Sprague Gallery features ‘Accounts of Their Times’ student show

Harvey Mudd College’s Sprague Gallery opened the student art exhibit “Accounts of Their Times,” which features a wide variety of photographs from art professor Ken Fandell’s course “Photography.”

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