August 18, 2020
Pitzer professors talk about why Fall 2020 is the most important semester you’ll spend at Pitzer College.
Shahan Soghikian ’80: Engaged Pitzer College Trustee
February 17, 2020
Alumnus and Trustee Shahan Soghikian '80 recalls his Pitzer experience and his perspective of the College’s — and his own — evolution through the years.
Happy Holidays from Pitzer College President Melvin Oliver
December 18, 2019
Isn't that a fantastic view? There's no place like Pitzer College this time of year. As we wrap up another exciting semester at Pitzer College. I'd like to wish you and yours a happy, healthy holiday season. And remember, the best is yet to come in 2020.
Meet a Pitzer Professor: Carmen Fought
December 17, 2019
Language is everything and everything we use language for involves linguistics. Professor of Linguistics Carmen Fought observes that in the end, differences in language are about differences in what it means to be human.
Annual Pepper Lecture: Father Gregory Boyle
December 4, 2019
Murray Pepper and Vicki Reynolds Pepper Distinguished Visiting Artists & Scholars Lecture Series Father Gregory Boyle, SJ, is the founder of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles, the largest gang intervention, rehabilitation and re-entry program in the world. A native Angeleno and Jesuit priest, from 1986 to 1992 Father Boyle served as pastor of Dolores Mission [Read More...]
Meet a Pitzer Student: Olivia Campion ’20
December 3, 2019
Student-athlete Olivia Campion '20, recipient of the Jeffery Robert Frum ’12 Endowed Scholarship, talks about how Pitzer College creates a sense of community both on and off the softball field.
Meet a Pitzer Professor: Adrian Pantoja
November 21, 2019
Politics is in a constant state of change. Adrian Pantoja, professor of political studies and Chicano studies, discusses his love of navigating the current political scene with his students. “The world in politics is not static, it’s ever-changing and it’s important to adapt to that.”
David N. Pellow: Critical Environmental Justice
October 18, 2019
Professor David N. Pellow is the Dehlsen and Department Chair of Environmental Studies and Director of the Global Environmental Justice Project at the University of California, Santa Barbara where he teaches courses on environmental and social justice, race/class/gender and environmental conflict, human-animal conflicts, sustainability and social change movements that confront our socio-environmental crises and social [Read More...]