P-P Women's Water Polo Wins Third Straight SCIAC Title

Courtesy Jeremy Kniffin

The Pomona-Pitzer women’s water polo team wrapped up its third straight conference title with a win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps this past weekend in the SCIAC rournament at Whittier College. The Sagehens (23-13, 10-1 SCIAC), who clinched the banner after defeating the Athenas in the final,...

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CMC Students Launch Advocates Group

Francisco Tejeda

Claremont McKenna College has become the fourth of the Claremont Colleges to see the establishment of an Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault group on its campus, following Pomona College, where an Advocates group has existed for roughly a decade, and Scripps College and Pitzer College,...

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Fire Policy Sparks Concerns at HMC

Greta Gadbois

For Harvey Mudd College’s West Dorm, a typical night includes a fire in the courtyard where students can gather and socialize with friends—or at least it used to. On Friday, April 25, HMC Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students Maggie Browning sent an email to the student body...

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Clery Report Details Crime at the 5Cs

The Claremont University Consortium (CUC) reports a crime nearly once a day while class is in session, according to data collected by the consortium per the requirements of the Clery Act. The vast majority of the crimes are acts of theft and burglary, while crimes relating to sexual violence...

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Pitzer Hosts Panel on Future of Holden Hall News

Students at Pitzer College discussed the future of Pitzer’s Holden Hall at a panel April 29. The administration's plan to demolish the building, scheduled to begin this summer, has drawn criticism from students and possibly inspired vandalism to the building two weeks ago as a form of protest... (read more)


Pomona Professor Claudia Rankine Wins Poetry Award News

Pomona College English professor Claudia Rankine has been named the eighth winner of the $50,000 Jackson Poetry Prize. Rankine, whose writing focuses on injustice and human vulnerability, is the author of four collections of poetry: Don't Let Me Be Lonely (2004), Plot (2001), The End of the... (read more)

ASCMC Plans Judicial Board News

The Associated Students of Claremont McKenna College (ASCMC) have begun developing plans for a Student Judicial Board, which would act as the student government's judicial branch. Through peer adjudication, the board would uphold standards laid out in the CMC Social Contract, a new document... (read more)


Pomona's Women's Union Hosts Conversations About Mental Health News

In response to student concerns about Pomona College's mental health policies, the Dean of Students Office hosted conversations April 28-29 at the Women's Union (WU) that focused on services and mental health policies, including those surrounding hospitalization. The discussions were... (read more)

HMC Continues $150 Million Fundraising Campaign News

The Harvey Mudd College Office of College Advancement is in the middle of a campaign with a goal of raising $150 million that will go toward faculty salaries, financial aid, and projects such as the construction of a new residence hall. So far, the school has raised over $103 million.Although the... (read more)

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