The Participant - Summer 2017 » New Resources Lounge Open House
Video of the Inauguration of Pitzer College’s 6th President
Prominent national scholars discuss the future of a liberal arts education in the new political climate.
Knowledge and Power: Pitzer’s New Educational Objectives in a Changing World
Photos from the Inauguration of Melvin L. Oliver, 6th President of Pitzer College
Pitzer’s 53rd Annual Commencement was held on Saturday, May 13, 2017, on the Stephen L. Glass Commencement Plaza.
“This is a day of joy and celebration,”says Pitzer President Melvin L. Oliver.
Keynote address by the host and editorial director of the TED Radio Hour & How I Built This
“…a meaningful embrace can be life-changing, much like our life-changing experience here at Pitzer College.”
The Class of 2017 presented its gift to support a scholarship for undocumented students.
“We are all rooting for you, our true hope for the future.”
Photos from the 53rd Pitzer College Commencement
Meet Pitzer’s 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient and this issue’s Pitzer Pathfinder, Gael Sylvia Pullen ’78.
Learn how Pitzer’s Office of Career Services empowers and equips students and alumni to achieve their personal and professional goals.
Relive the excitement from Alumni Weekend 2017.
Pitzer’s Rockabilly Festival, organized by the Latinx Student Union, celebrates its 10th anniversary.
The re-opening of the New Resources lounge draws students, faculty and alumni, including California Senate leader Kevin de León ’03.
The solar panels are on, the dry wall is up and the windows are in as renovations continue on the Conservancy.
City of Claremont Mayor Sam Pedroza signed an informal resolution initiated by Pitzer students.
Nalini Nadkarni, University of Utah professor of biology, delivers the 2017 Distinguished Scientist Lecture.
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