As 5C students prepare to come back to campus, many are wondering how the Claremont community might be impacted now that race can no longer be considered in college admissions. The Supreme Court’s (SCOTUS) June 29 ruling to restrict affirmative action — policies aimed at increasing opportunities for traditionally underrepresented
This Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court convened to begin hearing arguments regarding two monumental precedents concerning the status of affirmative action in college admissions.
Well before he was tackling some of the most monumental affirmative action cases before the Supreme Court, John Payton PO ’73 was advocating for the rights of Black students at the 5Cs.
With ever greater efforts by red states to restrict or outright ban abortion, pro-choice activists should refocus their efforts away from preserving Roe v. Wade and more on enshrining new protections into law, argues Abby Loiselle PO ’23.
RBG’s passing is a moment for revolutionary thinking –– we need to restructure systems of power, says Aarushi Phalke PO ’24.
Viridiana Chabolla PO ’13 is among the plaintiffs in a Supreme Court case challenging President Donald Trump’s repeal of DACA.
Students, faculty and staff took to the steps outside Frary on Tuesday morning to protest as the Supreme Court considers overturning DACA.
As a Pomona College alumna in Washington D.C. stood in front of the Supreme Court on Tuesday among the plaintiffs challenging President Donald Trump administration’s move to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, a group of 500 people gathered on the steps outside of Frary Dining Hall to
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case of Aimee Stephens, who was fired from her job for being transgender. The fate of every transgender person in the country rests on her case, and it’s absolutely terrifying.
Last week, Pitzer College alumna, Monica Miller PZ ’08, argued in front of the Supreme Court about the principle of religious freedom.