Fentanyl strips and NARCAN are coming to the 5Cs. In an attempt to reduce fentanyl-related incidents and overdoses, the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) club and the End Overdose organization are working with college student bodies and organizations at the Claremont Colleges to make fentanyl strips and NARCAN accessible to students across the 5Cs.
Tag: Student Health
Working on wellness: Let the tears flow
Although societal stigmas discourage crying, it’s incredibly helpful for your mental health, writes health and wellness columnist Sydney Lee CM ’22.
Claremont Colleges unveil new telehealth service
The Claremont Colleges unveiled a new telehealth option to supplement the limited services of Student Health Services and Monsour Counseling.
Campus facilities shut down as students evacuate
On-campus 5C amenities, like dining halls and gyms, are beginning to shut down or restrict their services following the coronavirus pandemic.
Pomona RAs create sexual health delivery program
Pomona RAs launched an initiative allowing students to have items like condoms, lubricant and dental dams delivered to their mailboxes.
Student Health to resume normal service Tuesday
After operating as an urgent care facility for a month, Student Health Services will resume normal service next Tuesday, officials said.
Doctor Who? SHS suspends appointment scheduling due to ‘critical’ staff shortage
Student Health Services is currently not scheduling non-urgent appointments due to “critical” staff shortage.
News Bites Week of April 28
PO develops a new plan for international student representation at commencement, The Shakedown didn’t recieve PZ Senate funding and more.
5C health care plan reduces coverage and increases costs due to low enrollment, among other factors
Costs are up and coverage is down for students on the Student Health Insurance Plan.
OPINION: The Claremont Colleges can do better when it comes to HIV harm reduction
We’re fast approaching December, and specifically, World AIDS Day on Dec. 1. While we should absolutely celebrate the progress medicine and society have made in the last year toward controlling the spread of and eventually curing HIV, we still have a ways to go — even and especially on campus.