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Students Organize 'Die-In' Protests at Dining Halls

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Courtesy Joseph Reynolds

Earlier this week, three all-Black student ‘die-ins’ were organized at Pomona College’s and Pitzer College’s dining halls. According to the protesters, the die-ins were a response to institutional violence committed against the Black community as a whole, sparked by recent grand jury decisions to...

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Students March to Protest Ferguson Verdict

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Courtesy Jazmin Ocampo

Approximately 400 students, professors and staff members from the Claremont Colleges, along with members of the surrounding community, joined together Nov. 25 to march from Honnold/Mudd Library to Claremont City Hall. The march was part of the nationwide response to the Nov. 24 decision by a...

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Scripps Approves Trans-Inclusive Admissions Policy

Scripps College announced today that its Board of Trustees has approved a more trans-inclusive admissions policy. The policy allows applicants "who report that the sex currently listed on their birth certificate is female" and applicants who self-identify as women to apply for...

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After 13 Years, Trombley Resigns as Pitzer President

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Courtesy Pitzer College

After serving as the president of Pitzer College for nearly 13 years, Laura Skandera Trombley will resign from her post effective June 30, 2015. The Dec. 2 announcement comes in the midst of Trombley's semester-long sabbatical. Trombley has accepted a job as the president of The Huntington...

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Students Organize 'Die-In' Protests at Dining Halls News

Earlier this week, three all-Black student ‘die-ins’ were organized at Pomona College’s and Pitzer College’s dining halls. According to the protesters, the die-ins were a response to institutional violence committed against the Black community as a whole, sparked by recent grand jury decisions to... (read more)

CMC Study Examines School Image News

Claremont McKenna College is currently reviewing the results of a study on its school image carried out last spring. CMC hired Cohl group, a consulting firm, to conduct the study, which was completed in May. In a recent follow up, Associate Vice President for Public Affairs and Communications... (read more)

Scripps Approves Trans-Inclusive Admissions Policy News

Scripps College announced today that its Board of Trustees has approved a more trans-inclusive admissions policy. The policy allows applicants "who report that the sex currently listed on their birth certificate is female" and applicants who self-identify as women to apply for... (read more)

Scripps Looks to Integrate Core Program, Humanities Institute News

Scripps College is looking to create an Interdisciplinary Humanities Commons that would integrate humanities programs including the Core curriculum and the Humanities Institute. This framework, as outlined in a Nov. 12 email sent to the Scripps student body from the Core program, would "promote... (read more)

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Students March to Protest Ferguson Verdict News

Approximately 400 students, professors and staff members from the Claremont Colleges, along with members of the surrounding community, joined together Nov. 25 to march from Honnold/Mudd Library to Claremont City Hall. The march was part of the nationwide response to the Nov. 24 decision by a... (read more)

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