Pitzer Task Force Proposes Changes to Graduation Requirements

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Song Lee Han

After eight years of brainstorming, drafting and revising, the Pitzer College Educational Objectives Taskforce, an all-faculty council, presented a proposal of changes to Pitzer’s graduation guidelines to the Pitzer Student Senate March 1. However, the proposal incited concern in the Pitzer...

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Pomona Plans New, Expanded Art Museum

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Kaile Sauro

The Arts at Pomona College are undergoing big changes this year. Following on the heels of the construction of the Studio Art Hall, which opened in October 2014, Pomona has started working on the construction plans for a new art museum, to be built right across the street from the current...

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Scripps Seeks to Conserve Water Through Lawn Removal

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Caitlin Kenney

The Board of Trustees at Scripps College recently approved the proposal of a lawn removal project on Scripps' campus at their February 2015 meeting. Scripps' Sustainability Committee and the Scripps Water Task Force (SWTF), a student-led club that advocates for water conservation, have been...

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Police Arrests Three Pomona Students At Party

The Dot Party [stylized .Party()] near Bridges Auditorium at Pomona College was shut down by the Claremont Police Department (CPD) on the night of March 7 after CPD received several noise complaints. Three Pomona students were arrested during the dispersion process on various charges.According...

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Q&A: Marxist Economist Encourages Students to Question the Norm News

Described by The New York Times Magazine as “America's most prominent Marxist economist,” Richard D. Wolff has been a strong advocate for Marxist alternatives to American capitalism. As a former professor at Yale University, New York University and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst,... (read more)

CMC Government Major Senior Brings Theory Into Practice, Forms Super PAC News

Lucas Agnew CM '15 is trying to harness millennial support for Jeb Bush in the next presidential election, challenging the notion that millennials are a relatively politically disengaged group. He and fellow Claremont McKenna College students are showing their support for Bush by leading their... (read more)

Search Narrows For Campus Safety Director News

The Claremont University Consortium (CUC) has narrowed its search for a new Director of Campus Safety to three final candidates: James Miyashiro, Jeff Young and Stan Skipworth. On March 9, 10 and 11, each candidate held an open forum in which students and members of the community could pose... (read more)

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Scripps Seeks to Conserve Water Through Lawn Removal News

The Board of Trustees at Scripps College recently approved the proposal of a lawn removal project on Scripps' campus at their February 2015 meeting. Scripps' Sustainability Committee and the Scripps Water Task Force (SWTF), a student-led club that advocates for water conservation, have been... (read more)

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