Dean of CMC's Robert Day School Selected as 17th President of Ursinus College

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Brock Blomberg, Dean of Claremont McKenna College’s Robert Day School of Economics and Finance, will be leaving the college to become the 17th president of Ursinus College, a 146-year old liberal arts college located 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia. He will begin July 1.Ursinus, which has a...

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Pomona to Open Millikan to Math and Physics Faculty by June 1

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RaSia Khepra

Walking through the Robert A. Millikan Laboratory, Pomona College's new physics and mathematics building, it is easy to visualize what the building will look like next fall. Light from the ceiling's skylight reaches all three floors, helping to illuminate the scattered study spaces and...

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Scripps Accommodates Sweet Briar After Women's College Announces Closure News

When Sweet Briar College President James F. Jones announced March 3 that the women's college would close in late August, the students, faculty and staff gathered in Babcock Auditorium fell utterly silent. After the emergency announcement about the college's complex financial circumstances,... (read more)

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5Cs Accept 10 Inaugural Mellon Mays Fellows News

The Claremont Colleges have selected their first group of 10 students to participate in the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program (MMUF), which seeks to increase faculty diversity in higher education by providing fellowships to underrepresented students, with the hope that those students... (read more)

Student Governments Elect New Positions After Restructuring News

Election season for 5C student government has been in full swing for the past month, and the results are finally in. This spring, the student governments of Pitzer College, Claremont McKenna College and Harvey Mudd College all underwent restructuring or created new positions, making it a pivotal... (read more)

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