With fall semester in full swing, this year’s student body presidents are committed to building inclusive, safe communities on campus where students can thrive both academically and socially. Zane Yamamoto CM ’24 For ASCMC President Zane Yamamoto CM ’24, serving in student government is not a new endeavor. He has
The social culture at CMC is a product of student actions. CMC student body president Josh Nagra CM ‘23 addresses his peers on the need to respect the college’s operations in order to maintain a positive cultural landscape.
5C student governments have implemented new safety policies in response to safety concerns at upcoming 5C parties.
Pomona first-years voted in their first ASPC election before having survived even their first month of college. As a result, candidates were making false promises and unknowingly spreading misinformation about student government, argues Paul Yan ‘26.
As COVID-19 policies relax across the 5Cs, this year’s student body presidents are more focused than ever on creating community and fostering wellness. While each president has specific plans and goals for their respective school, one ambitious, common theme echoes throughout all their platforms: rebuilding connections and support systems at
After months of COVID-related restrictions on funding, 5C clubs are now able to request approval and funding for overnight trips, conferences and competitions from student governments.
For the first time in recent memory, all 5C student governments will be led by women. Check out what’s at the forefront of their agendas.
The 5C first-year class presidents reflect on the rewards and challenges of working during a virtual year. Read more here.
Dina Rosin CM ’20, the outgoing ASCMC president, reflects on her time at Claremont McKenna College and what students have accomplished.
Claremont McKenna College students voted for their new ASCMC executive board Tuesday, electing Johnson Lin as president.