Come home to Pitzer this spring to catch up with old friends, attend programs and events, and see how your alma mater is changing! Registration is now open!
Join us as we share community member spotlights and events for this month, which honors the achievements and contributions of Black people past and present.
Strom C. Thacker, who will become Pitzer's seventh president later this year, paid a recent visit to campus to meet faculty and staff. Thacker was joined by his wife, Isabelle.
Pitzer alumna and trustee Michele Siqueiros ’95 becomes an advisor for Los Angeles’ first female mayor, Karen Bass.
Professor Kathleen Yep responds to the Monterey Park shooting with a commentary piece that asks, "How do we recognize the suffering in this moment and return to our breath?"
Students are helping to protect a rare ecosystem on campus in the Outback Preserve.
Dominic Arzadon ’23 becomes the first Pitzer student to win a Marshall Scholarship.
Acclaimed poet Naomi Replansky, who passed away this month, spent time here as poet in residence.
Pitzer’s Community Engagement Center honors nine students for their involvement in a variety of community outreach efforts.
A look at the powerful influences on the life and work of Shelby Ottengheime ’23.
Professor Phil Zuckerman talked to the Associated Press about a report that says Congress doesn’t reflect the American public.
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Join a Pitzer College campus tour with student guides Natalia and Stephen. Discover how students, faculty and staff live Pitzer’s innovative and inspiring core values: Social Responsibility; Environmental Sustainability; Intercultural Understanding; Interdisciplinary Learning and Student Engagement. Natalia and Stephen walk you through our campus from the LEED-certified residential halls to our academic programs such as media studies, Keck Science program and environmental analysis.
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