News & Notices

Laura Skandera Trombley reflects on her "13 Years of a College Presidency" in the Chronicle of Higher Education. more...
Lesley Irvine named director of Pomona-Pitzer Athletics and chair of the Department of Physical Education at Pomona College. more...
Solar initiative project by Robert Little '15 and Lauren Phipps '15 selected for Davis Projects for Peace award. more...
Sumesh Shiwakoty ’18 writes about the complexity of South Asian politics in The Kathmandu Post. more...
Graham Maassen ’17 named Player of the Week. more...
Jacob Yasgoor ’17 named SCIAC Athlete of the Week. more...
  Sagehen Roundup for the week of March 31. more...
The Faculty and Staff Gift Campaign is underway! For more information and pledge forms, visit
Enroll now for Summer Session (May 18-June 26) for full-credit courses taught by Claremont Colleges faculty. more...


MCSI Spring Series: VIRUS | Rachel Lee
TUESDAY, April 7, 4:15 p.m.
Benson Auditorium
Rachel C. Lee, associate professor of English and gender studies at UCLA, will speak on “Viral’s Undiscriminating Spiral: Experiments in Synthetic Biology and the End of Politics.” more...
Latino/a Healthcare in the 21st Century | Nancy Zuniga, MPH
TUESDAY, April 7, 7 p.m.
Broad Center 208
Nancy Zuniga will speak on "Salvadoran Immigrants, Migration and Mental Health." more...
Talk: The Civil War and Citizenship
WEDNESDAY, April 8, 4:15 p.m.
Honnold/Mudd Library Founders Room
Professor of History Stuart McConnell explores the US Civil War and citizenship. This talk is part of the Claremont Discourse lecture series. more...
The Rise and Fall of the Islamic State (ISIS)
WEDNESDAY, April 8, 4:15 p.m.
Benson Auditorium
Public Intellectuals at Pitzer (PIP) present James Gelvin, UCLA professor of history and expert in the social and cultural history of the modern Middle East. more...
Afro-Brazilian Dance and Drumming
WEDNESDAY, April 8, 5-6:30 p.m.
Gold Student Health & Wellness Center 208
Join this ongoing workshop with the artistic directors of Viver Brasil Dance Company. more...
Film: Prison Town, USA
WEDNESDAY, April 8, 7-9 p.m.
Broad Performance Space
This documentary film explores what happens when a struggling rural town invites a prison into the community. more...
Take Back the Night: A March Against Sexual Violence
THURSDAY, April 9, 7 p.m.
Marston Quad (in front of Big Bridges, Pomona College)
This walk, to raise awareness about ending sexual violence in all forms, begins at Pomona College and ends at the Grove House.
Practice GRE
FRIDAY, April 10, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Mac Lab, P104 West Hall
The GRE is required for most graduate and business programs. This free test version includes the computerized test, a writing sample and a review session. Advanced registration required. more...
Peace Corps Information Table
FRIDAY, April 10, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
McConnell Center Lobby
Stop by to chat with a recruiter to find out what opportunities are available for you in the Peace Corps. more...
I-Place International Festival
SATURDAY, April 11, noon-4 p.m.
CMC Quadrangle
The world comes to Claremont at the 37th Annual International Festival. Enjoy entertainment, country booths and food. more..
Exhibit: Student Life Through Yearbooks
2014 Hall
This special exhibit from the Pitzer College Archives showcases yearbooks from 1965 through 2008.
McConnell Dining Hall

This Week's Featured Items
Monday: Roasted Mediterranean beef & stuffed portobello mushrooms
Pork a la mendivil & quinoa stuffed baby sweet potatoes

Baja tilapia & grilled tempeh Marsala
Chicken Parmesan & broccoli polenta
Shrimp fajitas & chiles rellenos

Complete menu

Pit-Stop Cafe

Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Try a new specialty coffee drink featuring Groundworks Coffee. The Pit-Stop also serves salads, wraps and snacks.

Grove House

Breakfast: 8-10 a.m.
Hot coffee, fresh squeezed juice, warm pastries and open-faced egg sammies.

Lunch: 12:30-3:30 p.m.
Made-to-order sandwiches and salads served with Grove House-made breads and spreads and farm-fresh local veggies too.

Visit the Grove House website

Shakedown Café

Sunday-Thursday: 6-10:30 p.m.

The Shakedown Cafe is a student-run restaurant, located on the second floor of the Gold Student Center.

Visit the Shakedown website

Sagehen Sports

Check out all the sports action on the Sagehens website.

Women's Water Polo at Caltech
AwayWomen's Water Polo at Azusa Pacific
AwayWomen's Lacrosse vs Occidental

FRIDAY, April 10
AwayWomen's Tennis at CMS
AwaySoftball at Cal Lutheran
AwayBaseball vs Chapman
AwayMen's Tennis vs CMS

SATURDAY, April 11
AwayMen's Golf SCIAC II (Los Serranos)
AwayTrack and Field at SCIAC Quad Meet at Occidental
AwayMen's Tennis vs Redlands
AwayWomen's Water Polo vs La Verne
AwayWomen's Lacrosse vs Chapman
AwayBaseball at Chapman (DH)
AwaySoftball vs La Verne (DH)
AwayMen's Tennis vs Caltech
AwayWomen's Tennis at La Verne

SUNDAY, April 12
Men's Golf SCIAC II (Los Serranos)


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