Alumni Weekend 2024 Music and Food Festival Lineup

We can’t wait for you to join us for a weekend of nostalgia and celebration at Pitzer College’s Alumni Weekend Music and Food Festival! Immerse yourself in the vibrant tunes of our talented alumni musicians while savoring delicious culinary delights from local food trucks and vendors. Reconnect with old friends, make new memories, and experience the unique spirit of Pitzer College once again. Don’t miss this unforgettable event filled with music, food, and fun!


Confirmed Performers


Sekou Andrews ’94 
(Grammy-nominated Poetic Voice and 
2023 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient)


Peter Harper ’96 & The Last 3


Frankie and the Studs
(featuring Frankie Clarke ’16)

First off, Hollywood’s Frankie + the Studs rock like hell. But you can sing along while you jack your fist into the air. This spanking new quartet plays impassioned rock ’n’ roll music—the essential kind that can only be made by kids who use power-chord shout-outs and spiky lullabies to define their nighttime worlds and busted hearts.


Casa de Brujas
(featuring Jack Contreras ’22)

🥀 DarkWave | Post Punk | Femme Oscura 🥀
Explore their music available on all major platforms!


Squeakin’ Wheels
(featuring David Brock ’82, Roy Durnal ’86, and David Millard ’92)

Squeakin’ Wheels is a Claremont music group founded by siblings David and Marguerite Millard. Over the years Squeakin’ Wheels have become a Claremont fixture with a dedicated following who enjoy their close harmony vocals, fine musicianship, and great songwriting. 

Currently, Squeakin’ Wheels are a six-piece band that features Marguerite and David Millard, David Brock, Steve Cahill, Roy Durnal, and Marguerite’s husband, Mark Takeuchi.


Storey and the Tellers
(featuring Storey Sheinberg ’12)

Rock out with Claremont legends Storey Sheinberg and the Tellers!
Explore their original music here!


*This information is subject to change without notice. Please email questions to [email protected].

Pitzer College Engagement Tour

The purpose of the Engagement Tour is twofold: to foster deeper connections with our alumni, families, students, and friends of the College, and to collaboratively shape the future of our community. Your experiences, aspirations, and expectations are crucial in this process, and we are committed to creating an inclusive environment where all voices are heard and valued.

Through open and honest conversations, we aim to gain insights that will guide the development of our alumni and family programs and strengthen the bonds that unite us as members of the Pitzer community. Your participation in Pitzer’s Engagement Tour is vital, as it will serve as a catalyst for meaningful connections and impactful change.

We are excited to hear your stories, learn from your successes, and address any challenges or concerns you may have. Together, we can create a vibrant and inclusive community that meets the needs of all its members. Join us on this journey to shape the future of our alumni and family programs and ensure that all community members feel valued, supported, and connected.


We are so excited to invite you to the next two stops of Pitzer’s Engagement Tour in April 2024. At each event, you will be able to mix and mingle with local Pitzer alumni and families and meet College leadership, including President Strom C. Thacker and Isabelle Thacker. Please see below for more details and to register.


Happy Hour at Yard House

Friday, April 5, 2024
4–6 p.m.

575 7th Ave, New York, NY 10018


Happy Hour at Yard House

Saturday, April 6, 2024
4–6 p.m.

126 Brookline Ave, Boston, MA 02215



Please email questions to [email protected].

Alumni Weekend Schedule

Take a peek at what’s in store for Alumni Weekend 2024. Be sure to check this page often for updates.

Students are encouraged to attend every event, except those listed as Alumni Only or Private Event.


Thursday, April 25

3–4 p.m.

Queer Resource Center Mixer 
Walton Commons, 395 E. 6th Street, Claremont, CA 91711
Join us for an afternoon of connection, community, and celebration at the Queer Resources Center Mixer! Meet fellow LGBTQ+ individuals and allies, enjoy refreshments, and discover resources available to support you. Let’s come together to foster a vibrant and inclusive community.

7–9 p.m.

Pomona-Pitzer Athletics Hall of Fame Dinner
Center for Athletics, Recreation, and Wellness, 212 E. 6th Street, Claremont, CA 91711
This is a separately ticketed event. Attendees can register here!


Friday, April 26

10 a.m.–7 p.m.

Registration, Information Center, and Pitzer Store
Broad Center, Performance Space
Welcome back, alumni! Make your first stop at our registration, information center, and Pitzer Store during Alumni Weekend! Register for events, grab
essential information about campus happenings, and browse exclusive Pitzer merchandise to show your Pitzer pride. Our helpful staff are eager to assist you and ensure you have a memorable weekend. Swing by and reconnect with your alma mater in style!

11 a.m.–5 p.m.

Pitzer College Art Galleries Open
Nichols Gallery and Hinshaw Gallery
During Alumni Weekend, the art on display in both galleries are the art thesis exhibitions from senior art majors. All alumni are welcome to come experience the amazing portfolios of these soon-to-be Pitzer alumni.

11:30 a.m.–1 p.m.

Pitzer College Art Galleries and Murals Tour
Meet at Nichols Gallery in the Broad Center
Join the Pitzer College Art Galleries Fellows for a vibrant journey through our campus’ artistic landscape. Explore Pitzer’s campus murals as they reflect a rich tradition of community engagement, activism, and social protest and learn about the Senior Art Thesis Exhibition with the Galleries Fellows!

12:30–2 p.m.

Student Garden Club Meeting — Alumni and Families welcome
Student Garden
Alumni and families are welcome to join the garden club’s weekly meeting to connect and chat with current Pitzer students as we get our hands dirty planting seeds. We’ll have activities for all ages!

1–2:30 p.m.

Alumni-Student Reception: New Resource Program
Broad Center, East Patio
Don’t miss this dynamic event to connect with current and past New Resources Program participants.

1–2:30 p.m.

Alumni-Student Reception: Inside-Out Pathway-to-BA
Broad Center, East Patio
Step into the heart of collaboration at our Alumni-Student Reception: Inside-Out Pathway-to-BA! We anticipate this to be the largest gathering of the first two cohorts of graduates. We invite all students from all 5Cs who have taken classes inside to connect with your former classmates. Together, let’s celebrate the power of learning, empathy, and community building.

1–2:30 p.m.

Alumni-Student Reception: Fulbright Scholars
Scott Courtyard
Pitzer has been a top-15 Fulbright-producing school for 15 consecutive years. We have 327 Fulbright alumni from Pitzer! Connect with Professor Nigel Boyle and Director of Fellowships and Scholarships Noosha Malek, your fellow Fulbright alumni, and toast to this year’s Fulbright scholars. We have a very exciting announcement to make at this event as we hear from one of our esteemed Fulbright alumni, Edel Jose ’04. You do not want to miss this event!

2–3:30 p.m.

Affinity Group Reception: The Pitzer Identity Group Network
McConnell Center, Founders Room
Join us for a meaningful gathering where alumni and current students come together to celebrate our shared identities and experiences. From LGBTQ+ to BIPOC, first-generation to international students, discover the strength of our diverse community. Engage in enriching conversations, forge new connections, and celebrate the bonds that unite us. Together, let’s celebrate our Pitzer identity and pave the way for future generations.

3–6 p.m.

Grove House Birthday Party
Grove House
Come celebrate the Grove House at the annual Grove House Birthday Party with current students. Food and refreshments will be served (including fondue!). Plus, join students in a printmaking workshop and jam with live student bands.

3–4:30 p.m.

Alumni and Student-Athlete Mixer
Olson Family Terrace
Center for Athletics, Recreation, and Wellness, 2nd Floor
Current and alumni student-athletes can mix and mingle while enjoying Pomona-Pitzer Baseball (vs Chapman) from the CARW Terrace.

3–5 p.m.

Chicano Latino Student Affairs (CLSA) Alumni Weekend Reception Tranquada Student Services, 2nd Floor
Join us for an afternoon of great food and even better company with the
CLSA Office.

3:30–5 p.m.

Alumni-Student Field Group Reception: Arts and Humanities
Broad Center, East Patio
Join us for an inspiring gathering where alumni, current students, and faculty passionate about the arts and humanities converge. Explore the latest research, share insights, and forge connections within the diverse realms of literature, visual arts, philosophy, languages, and more. From creative endeavors to intellectual pursuits, come together to celebrate our collective dedication to fostering culture, creativity, and humanistic inquiry. Together, let’s ignite inspiration and cultivate a future enriched by the arts and humanities!

3:30–5 p.m.

Alumni-Student Field Group Reception: Social Sciences
Scott Courtyard
Gather with fellow alumni, current students, and faculty for a dynamic
exchange of ideas and insights at our social sciences reception. Dive into
discussions ranging from sociology to political science, economics to
anthropology, organizational studies and beyond. Explore the latest research, share experiences, and connect with others passionate about understanding and addressing society’s most pressing challenges. Together, let’s explore the complexities of human behavior, societal structures, and global dynamics, and work towards creating a more just and equitable world!

3:30–5 p.m.

Alumni-Student Field Group Reception: Natural Sciences
W.M. Keck Science Center Courtyard
Come together with alumni, current students, and faculty passionate about
the natural world at our natural sciences reception. Dive into discussions
on biology, chemistry, physics, neuroscience, and more. Hear from Dean UJ Sofia and other faculty about the new joint natural sciences program with Scripps and the plans for the almost complete Nucleus building. Whether you’re a researcher, educator, or advocate, join us as we celebrate our shared commitment to scientific discovery and environmental stewardship. Together, let’s inspire change and pave the way for a sustainable future!

5–6 p.m.

Sagehen Tennis Scoreboard Dedication
Pauley Tennis Complex
Ceremony honoring Coach Lisa Beckett and Coach Ann Lebedeff of Pomona-Pitzer Women’s Tennis.

5–6:30 p.m.

3C Wine Tasting at Scripps College
Elm Tree Lawn
Alumni Only Event.
Mingle with fellow alumni from Scripps and Harvey Mudd. Explore a
curated selection of wines from California and beyond. Whether you’re a
seasoned sommelier or a novice, it’s an event not to be missed! Cheers to an unforgettable wine tasting experience!

5–7:30 p.m.

Dinner with the Campus Community
McConnell Center, Dining Hall
Come together for an evening of camaraderie and connection at dinner with the campus community! Join us as we gather for a delicious meal and engaging conversations, fostering friendships and community bonds. Open to students, faculty, staff, and alumni and their guests, this event provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere for all.

6–9 p.m.

Pitzer College Art Galleries Senior Art Thesis Opening Reception
Nichols Gallery and Broad Center, East Patio
Join us for a showcase of new works created by Pitzer’s graduating artists as they celebrate the culmination of their senior thesis projects. Featuring photography, ceramic sculpture, and installation, the Senior Thesis Art Exhibition and Opening Reception is the capstone achievement for senior art majors. Celebrate with us as we honor their dedication and creativity.

6:30–8:30 p.m.

Pitzer Trailblazer Dinner
Private Event. Invitation Only
.
President Strom C. Thacker and Isabelle Thacker invite alumni from the Classes of 1965–1974 and emeriti faculty to join us for an unforgettable evening of reminiscing, reconnecting, and revelry. Share cherished memories, catch up with old friends, and toast to the enduring bonds forged at our alma mater. It’s a night not to be missed as we honor the past and look forward to the future together!

7–10 p.m.

CEC 25th Anniversary Dinner
Gold Student Health & Wellness Center, Multipurpose Room
Join us in celebrating a quarter-century of excellence! Gather with alumni,
faculty, staff, students, and community partners to commemorate this milestone achievement. Reflect on the impactful contributions of the Community Engagement Center (CEC) over the past 25 years, and toast to its continued success in environmental education and stewardship. Here’s to 25 years of making a difference!
Register here!

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Saturday, April 27

8 a.m.–6 p.m.

Pitzer Store
Broad Center, Performance Space
Browse exclusive Pitzer merchandise to show your Pitzer pride. Our helpful
staff are eager to assist you and ensure you have a memorable weekend. Swing by and reconnect with your alma mater in style!

8 a.m.–1 p.m.

Registration and Information Center
Broad Center, Performance Space
Welcome back, alumni! Make your first stop at our registration, information
center, and Pitzer store during Alumni Weekend! Register for events and grab essential information about campus happenings.
*Note: The Registration and Information Center will move to Benson Auditorium, Atrium at 2 p.m.

9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Pitzer College Art Galleries Open
Nichols Gallery and Hinshaw Gallery
During Alumni Weekend, the art on display in both galleries are the art thesis exhibitions from senior art majors. All alumni are welcome to come experience the amazing portfolios of these soon-to-be Pitzer alumni.

9–11 a.m.

Sagehen Golf Performance Lab Open House
Sagehen Golf Performance Lab (Western edge of Strehle Track)
Visit the brand-new home of Pomona-Pitzer Golf, test out the technology and simulators and meet golf student-athletes.

9–10 a.m.

Rise and Shine Yoga with Michelle Dowd ’90
Brant Clock Tower Lawn
Start your day with tranquility and energy with Michelle Dowd ’90. Join us
for an invigorating session to awaken your body and mind. Dowd will guide
you through revitalizing yoga practices to set a positive tone for the day ahead. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or new to the practice, this session offers a welcoming space for all levels. Embrace the morning serenity and ignite your inner radiance with us!

10–11 a.m.

Tour of the Nucleus led by UJ Sofia, Dean of W. M. Keck Science Department
Meet at W.M. Keck Science Center East Entrance
Explore the heart of scientific discovery with Dean UJ Sofia on a tour of the
Nucleus. Join us for an illuminating journey through the W. M. Keck Science Department’s research hub. Gain insights into cutting-edge experiments and breakthroughs in science. Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to delve into the nucleus of scientific exploration!

10–11 a.m.

Alumni College Faculty Sessions
Alumni Only Event.
Dive into captivating discussions and presentations on intriguing topics led by leaders in their fields. Whether you’re seeking to expand your knowledge or reconnect with your alma mater, these sessions offer a unique opportunity for lifelong learning and connection.

Judy Grabiner, Flora Sanborn Pitzer Professor Emerita of Mathematics
“Many Cultures Create Mathematics: A Cool Example and a Pitzer Perspective”
Fletcher Hall, 104
We start by describing a variety of mathematical results from non-European cultures, including China, Egypt, Babylonia, the Americas, India, and the Islamic world. We then walk through one fascinating example in depth, from the Malekula culture of the Republic of Vanuatu in the South Pacific. We conclude with a deeper understanding of the place of mathematics in human history and culture.

Steffanie Guillermo, Associate Professor of Psychology
Racial/Ethnic and Immigrant Justice

Fletcher Hall, 106
Professor Steffanie Guillermo will talk about her research and courses that
address the topics of stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination. In this session, we will learn how experimental psychology can help us understand societal inequities. Professor Guillermo will also share how she collaborates with students on various projects related to racial/ethnic and immigrant justice. The talk will conclude with a discussion of policy implications.

Marcus Rodriguez, Associate Professor of Psychology
Mindfulness Strategies to Improve Emotional Wellbeing

Fletcher Hall, 112
Mindfulness is the opposite of being on automatic pilot. Mindfulness skills
facilitate emotion regulation by helping us take a step back from intense emotions and urges. In this session, we will discuss and practice mindfulness together.

10–11 a.m.

Children’s Programming
Brant Clock Tower Lawn
With engaging activities tailored for young minds, from interactive storytelling to creative arts and crafts, there’s something for every youngster to enjoy. Join us for a memorable weekend of exploration and laughter for the whole family!

10:30 a.m.–1 p.m.

Brunch with the Campus Community
McConnell Center, Dining Hall
Indulge in a delicious morning of food, friends, and fun as we gather together to enjoy a scrumptious meal. Open to students, faculty, staff, and alumni and their guests, this casual gathering offers the perfect opportunity to relax and connect with fellow members of our campus community. Come hungry and leave happy!

11:30–1 p.m.

Pitzer College Art Galleries and Murals Tour
Meet at Nichols Gallery in the Broad Center
Join the Pitzer College Art Galleries Fellows for a vibrant journey through our campus’ artistic landscape. Explore Pitzer’s campus murals as they reflect a rich tradition of community engagement, activism, and social protest, and learn about the Senior Art Thesis Exhibition with the Galleries Fellows!

11:30–1 p.m.

Student Garden Activity and Tour
Student Garden
Enjoy student-guided tours of the Pitzer Student Garden and Outback, add to our Wish Tree, and contribute to a communal mural. Donors will get to take home handmade merchandise and fresh eggs from our hens!

1–2 p.m.

Conversation Between President Strom C. Thacker and Alumni Board President Mark Cunningham ’89, P’25
George C.S. Benson Auditorium
Pitzer Alumni Only Event.
Join President Strom C. Thacker and Alumni Board President Mark
Cunningham ’89, P’25 for an enriching conversation.

1–4 p.m.

Children’s Programming
Grove House Patio
With engaging activities tailored for young minds, from interactive storytelling to creative arts and crafts, there’s something for every youngster to enjoy. Join us for a memorable weekend of exploration and laughter for the whole family!

1:30–3:30 p.m. 

Student Garden Activity
Student Garden
Join us for student-led environmental education programming for children of all ages. Activities include a nature-based scavenger hunt, flower planting, and rock painting.

2–7 p.m.

Registration and Information Center (for Taste of Pitzer Festival)
Benson Auditorium, Stein Atrium
Come to the registration booth to purchase your meal tickets for the food
booths or your wristband for the beer garden (21+ only). $10 each.

2:15–3:15 p.m.

Social Justice Panel
McConnell Center, Founders Room
Pitzer alumni do such an amazing job embodying the core values of
Pitzer throughout their lives. We see it in their volunteer work, their civic
responsibility, their careers—it’s embedded in who you are. Join us for the social justice-focused panel where we will hear from Michele Siqueiros ’95, Romarilyn Ralston ’14, Bernie Hernandez ’23, and Celeste Voce ’09.

2:15–4:15 p.m.

Shifting Focus: Hollywood Insider Perspectives on the Evolving Media Landscape
George C.S. Benson Auditorium
CEM and the Intercollegiate Media Studies Department are hosting Shifting Focus: Hollywood Insider Perspectives on the Evolving Media Landscape.
Please join us for this live panel with Tendo Nagenda, Steve Tao, Lauren
Moon, and Stuart Friedel. They will discuss the challenges, opportunities, and possibilities that arise within our ever-evolving business as we look to the future of the entertainment industry.

3–7:30 p.m.

Taste of Pitzer Alumni Music and Food Festival
Brant Clock Tower Lawn
This will be the party that you keep talking about for months on end!

Music from Casa de Brujas, Storey and the Tellers, Squeakin’ Wheels, Frankie and the Studs, Sekou Andrews ’94, and Peter Harper’96.

Food and drinks from McConnell Dining Hall, The Pit-Stop Café, The
Shakedown, and the Grove House. Many ingredients sourced locally, including from our very own Pitzer Student Garden.

Buy some Pitzer gear at our pop-up store. Check out the vendors. Take a pic or 360 video at one of our photo booths. Enjoy the beer garden. Connect with fellow alumni, students, faculty, and staff.

3–6 p.m.

Satellite Pitzer Store
Brant Clock Tower Lawn
We’ll have select styles available to purchase during the Taste of Pitzer Festival.

4:30–5:30 p.m.

Somatics, Connections, and Play with Jacey Rubinstein ’13
Yoga Studio, Gold Student Health & Wellness Center
This is a facilitated space to move, share, celebrate, and reconnect with friends around sharing passions. Exploratory movement, expressive arts, meaningful purpose, and deep connection. What’s more Pitzer than that?

7:30–9 p.m.

Sagehen Soiree (Alumni Awards)
McConnell Center, Founders Room
Pitzer Alumni Only Event.
Emceed by Sekou Andrews ’94, 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award Honoree.

Honoring Distinguished Alumni Award Honoree Susan Warren ’78, P’01 and Young Alumni Achievement Award Honoree Cesar Vargas Nuñez ’14.

Join us in honoring Pitzer’s outstanding Alumni Award honorees recognizing their achievements and contributions to our community. Enjoy a night of elegance, camaraderie, and inspiration as we celebrate the remarkable accomplishments of our alumni.

9–11 p.m.

Groove at the Grove After Party
Grove House Patio
Dance the night away at the Grove House After Party! Join us for an electrifying evening of music, dancing, and celebration. Let loose and groove to the beats in the vibrant atmosphere of the Grove House. Featuring great drinks and yummy “pub grub” style food. Let’s keep the party going!


Sunday, April 28

8–10 a.m.

Tour of the Robert Redford Conservancy
Meet at Broad Center, West Entrance
Join us for a guided tour of the Robert Redford Conservancy, an innovative
center dedicated to environmental sustainability and conservation. Explore
its state-of-the-art facilities and learn about its impactful initiatives in
environmental research and education. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover the future of environmental stewardship!

9–11 a.m.

Alumni Board Open Meeting
Broad Center, Performance Space
Pitzer Alumni Only Event.
Hear from and engage with alumni board members, share your insights, and learn about alumni initiatives. Connect with fellow alumni and contribute to the future of our community.

10:30 a.m.–12 p.m.

Farewell Mariachi Brunch at Scripps
Jaqua Quadrangle, East
$35 via credit card upon entry.

Enjoy a goodbye meal featuring a local women’s mariachi band. Make plans to keep in touch with friends as the weekend comes to a close.

10:30 a.m.–
12:30 p.m.

Brunch with the Campus Community
McConnell Center, Dining Hall
Indulge in a delicious morning of food, friends, and fun as we gather together to enjoy a scrumptious meal. Open to students, faculty, staff, and alumni and their guests, this casual gathering offers the perfect opportunity to relax and connect with fellow members of our campus community. Come hungry and leave happy!

10:30 a.m.–
12:30 p.m.

7C Office of Black Student Affairs (OBSA) Annual Alumni Brunch
OBSA Garden, 139 E. 7th Street, Claremont
Join us for the 7C OBSA Annual Alumni Brunch! Reconnect with former
classmates and celebrate our shared heritage over a delicious meal. It’s a time to reminisce, network, and strengthen bonds within the OBSA community.

12–1 p.m.

Tour of the Nucleus led by UJ Sofia, Dean of W. M. Keck Science Department
Meet at W.M. Keck Science Center East Entrance
Explore the heart of scientific discovery with Dean UJ Sofia on a tour of the
Nucleus. Join us for an illuminating journey through the W. M. Keck Science Department’s research hub. Gain insights into cutting-edge experiments and breakthroughs in science. Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to delve into the nucleus of scientific exploration!

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*This information is subject to change without notice. Please email questions to [email protected].

A special message from President Melvin L. Oliver and Suzanne Oliver to the Class of 2020!

Presidential Town Hall for the Pitzer College Alumni Community

Thank you for your interest in joining Pitzer College President Melvin L. Oliver for a virtual Town Hall discussion with our alumni community on Friday, May 1, at noon (PST).

Online registration on ended. Please email [email protected] if you would like to participate.

Paul Faulstich Message

April 2020 Newsletter

Warmest Wishes from Pitzer College

Greetings, Pitzer alumni and families. Wherever you are, I hope you are doing well and staying safe.

During these difficult days, I take comfort in the strength and resilience of our community. I began my Pitzer experience as a student 45 years ago. While I didn’t imagine then that I would become a Pitzer professor and parent, I knew that I had found a rare, wonderful collection of student peers and teachers, drawn together by curiosity, creativity, and a determination to make this world a better place.

Today, I am heartened by the overwhelming acts of kindness from members of our community. Many of you contributed to the Pitzer Student Emergency Fund, and we thank you for that. Our upcoming One Pitzer campaign, launching on Monday, April 13, will highlight the College’s COVID-19 Relief Fund and provide more opportunities for us to support one another during these uncertain times.

At Pitzer, students are asked to wrestle with new ideas, stretch their minds, and apply their ideals to the lives they live. I am confident that we will not only get through this together, but that we will emerge more connected and stronger than ever.

Provida Futuri,

Paul Faulstich ’79, P’15
Professor of Environmental Analysis
Chair, Faculty Executive Committee

Pomona-Pitzer Football Golf Tournament

The Pomona-Pitzer Football Program would like to invite all alumni, faculty, staff, parents, and supporters of Pomona-Pitzer Football to join us for The 4th Annual Pomona-Pitzer Football Alumni Golf Tournament onFriday, May 1!

Sponsorship Opportunities:
$10,000: 3 4-person bundles, Sagehen Swag/Gift, Commemorative Plaque, Lunch w/ Walsh, Signed Football
General Donation Opportunity
$5,000 Tournament: 2 4-person bundles, 2 Sagehen Swag Bags/Gift, Commemorative Plaque, Gunshot Announcement
$750 Hole: Includes 4-person bundle and Sagehen Swag Bag
$125 Lunch Table: Sponsoring a lunch table of current players, a sign printed with their name to put on the table

In-Tournament Competitions–winners to receive Sagehen Football Gifts: Winner of Tournament
4-Person Winner
Longest Drive
Closest to Pin
Best Dressed

Pomona-Pitzer Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 2020

The Pomona-Pitzer Athletic Hall of Fame will induct five individuals on Saturday, April 11. Our 2020 Hall of Fame inductees are: Ruchi Patel ’09 for volleyball, Jose Cortez ’09 for baseball, David Obert PO’84 for swimming, Megan Prior PO’09 for volleyball, and Nancy Treser-Osgood PO’80 for Distinguished Service.

Reception starts at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner at 6 p.m. in the Edmunds Ballroom of Pomona College’s Smith Campus Center at 170 E. Sixth Street, Claremont, CA 91711.

If you have any questions, please email [email protected] or call 909.607.4030.

Life after Graduation: A CLS Major in “The Real World”

A 5C multi-generational gathering with Chicana/o Latina/o Studies Alumni in diverse professions with opening and closing performances by La Marisoul and Dorian Wood. There will be pastries & coffee in the morning and a catered lunch in the afternoon. This event is free and open to the public.

We are so glad you will be joining us for this special celebration on Saturday, February 8, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. This event will take place at Scripps College in the Hampton Room, Malott Commons.

*An event schedule will be sent to all registered attendees approx. 2 weeks before the event

We can’t wait to see you there!

Pitzer in San Jose: Cheers to Pitzer!

We are so glad you will be joining us at the Pitzer in San Jose: Cheers to Pitzer! event on Wednesday, January 18, 2020. We can’t wait to see you there! If you have any questions, please email [email protected].

Pitzer in Los Angeles: A Young Alumni Toast to Pitzer!

Thank you for registering for A Young Alumni Toast to Pitzer at the Jonathan Club on Wednesday, October 23. We can’t wait to see you there! If you have any questions, please email [email protected].

This event is currently at capacity. To be placed on the waiting list, please email [email protected].

Lindsey Burkart-Lima ’16
Kyle Dalrymple ’17
April Forrest ’18
Mia Hepner ’19
Chance Kawar ’17
Alexander Landau ’18
Bailey Masullo ’15
Marley Reifert ’17
Evan Slovak ’14, Alumni Board
Event Committee

Pitzer College at the Magic Castle

Thank you for your interest in this event. We have reached our maximum capacity. Keep your eyes peeled for future communication of this event next year.