At 3:45 p.m. today, 5C students received reports of a brush fire at the Bernard Field Station. Pitzer’s VP for Student Affairs, Brian Carlisle, sent the following email to Pitzer students at 4:33 p.m.: “Fire and rescue is on the scene of a fire just north of the Pitzer Campus. Though no immediate danger to […]
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This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Sam in Siberia Editor emeritus Sam Kahr reports from Siberia where he discusses the differences between Russian and American culture he has noticed so far.
Yesterday, the CMC Board of Trustees announced the selection of legal scholar Hiram E. Chodosh as the College’s next president. Chodosh won’t take over for President Pamela Gann until the end of June, but he was on campus today to meet with students, and he sat down for an interview with the Port Side.
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On May 1, Jeff Huang, CMC’s current Vice President for Student Affairs, will take on a new role as Vice President for Admission, Financial Aid, and Student Affairs. The Port Side sat down with Dean Huang to discuss his new position.
During the last two semesters, students studying at the library have experienced numerous problems, and subsequent headaches, trying to connect to the library’s CINE, CLAREMONT and CLAREMONT-WPA wireless networks.
President Pamela Gann, speaking to ASCMC Senate, announced Monday that the independent investigation into the SAT scandal is “nearing completion” and its report will be released publicly on the College’s website. Gann also discussed the College’s master plan, faculty hirings, and “globalization” programs.
Like many students, disbelief was Claremont McKenna President Pamela Gann’s first reaction when she heard the extent of the incident involving false reporting of the college’s SAT scores to ranking agencies and the U.S. Department of Education.
The past twelve hours have delivered some of the most astonishing news that many CMC students will ever receive. Many students are outraged at the administration for its emphasis on college rankings and this smudge on their school’s reputation.
Wisconsin Democrats recently won an astonishing victory in the battle against conservative Republican Governor Scott Walker. The Port Side interviewed the Democratic chairman of Door County about the recall vote.
On October 19-21, Claremont McKenna College will hold a centenary festival in honor of Czeslaw Milosz, one of the most influential literary figures of the twenty century.
Is California’s initiative process effective?