CUC and Colleges Adopt Shared Financial System

Many students in Claremont overlook their colleges’ invisible financial infrastructure, rarely wondering how financial data is reported or organized.In August, the Board of Overseers and Council of Presidents of the Claremont University Consortium (CUC) approved the implementation of a new...

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15+ Minutes of Fame: Mural Endures on Pitzer's Free Wall

Molly Hickey

Every Friday morning, Alicia Hurteau SC ’17 walks past Pitzer College’s Mead Residence Hall on her way to poetry class. Although in a rush, she is consistently drawn to the mural painted on the Z tower’s north side.Her gaze lingers as she passes, unable to look away from the broad strokes and...

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Campus Safety Picks Interim Director

Stan Skipworth has been appointed as the Interim Director of Campus Safety, effective Nov. 1. Though the Claremont University Consortium (CUC) is searching for a permanent director of campus safety, a position vacant since February 2014, a search committee decided to first hire an interim...

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P-P Water Polo Dominates in SCIAC Opener

Rachel Lacey Noll

After two months of facing some of the top competition in the nation, the Pomona-Pitzer men's water polo team was finally able to face some more familiar competition in its SCIAC opener. The Sagehens competed against Occidental College at home in Haldeman Pool on Saturday, Oct. 18 and had...

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Harwood Halloween Faces Budget Cuts, Location Change

Location, location, location. Such is the motto in real estate, and such is the embodiment of change to Pomona College’s party of the year.Harwood Halloween, an annual extravaganza that, according to College Prowler, was once heralded by Playboy as one of the Top 10 college parties in the...

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ASPC Senate Overturns Ban on Parties in Elections News

After a group of students calling themselves Slate won a majority in the Associated Students of Pomona College elections last April, claiming a progressive platform, many students wondered what role political parties or associations serve in campus government and what contributions Slate has to... (read more)


Shaky Earthquake Drill Shows Limited Participation News

Each year, student apathy toward emergency drills is on full display during the Great Southern California ShakeOut drill held at the Claremont Colleges. At Pomona College, the administration has attempted to increase participation in the drill by involving more students, such as RAs and Outdoor... (read more)

Mellon Grant to Fund Digital Humanities Initiative News

Over the next five years, the Claremont Colleges will receive $1.5 million from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of undergraduate digital humanities programs. The grant will support the improvement or creation of as many as 25 academic courses that incorporate digital humanities... (read more)

Health Services Hires Two Doctors News

As students are coming down with the flu, wait times for medical treatment at the Student Health Services (SHS) center are also coming down. The center received approval last semester to hire an additional physician to increase its number of full-time physicians to three. While the search for... (read more)

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