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.
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.”
Meet a Pitzer Student: Jan Bragado ’20
August 14, 2019
Jan Bragado ’20, a combined major in International Intercultural Studies and Sociology with a minor in Italian studies, talks about her time as a student at Pitzer College, her experience with Pitzer's diversity program, and her continued pursuit to improve access and equity to higher education.
Meet a Pitzer Professor: Brian Keeley
July 16, 2019
Brian Keeley, Professor of Philosophy, teaches in the Philosophy, Neuroscience, and Science, Technology and Society programs at Pitzer College. His research interests include the epistemology of conspiracy theories, the philosophy of artificial life and artificial intelligence, and the sciences of sensory perception.
Meet a Pitzer Alum: Dixinyao “Moonlight” Zhu ’17
June 11, 2019
Pitzer College alumna Dixinyao (Moonlight) Zhu ’17 earned her BA degree in International Relations with a Media Studies minor. Moonlight reflects upon the pivotal role Pitzer's International Scholars Program played in developing her confidence within.
Meet a Pitzer Student: Emma Saso ’19
May 7, 2019
Emma Saso ’19, a biology major, talks about her time as a student at Pitzer, her work in marine science labs at Keck Science and Harvey Mudd College, and her research of deep sea corals and coral genetics.
The Paper Trail: Kathleen S. Yep
December 21, 2018
Learn more about Kathleen Yep, professor of Asian American Studies and Associate Dean of Faculty and Academic Affairs at Pitzer College. Through the courses she teaches and her research that focuses on health literacy and immigrant refugee elders, she teaches about social inequities
COPE-ing Skills – Bashel Lewis ’19
December 20, 2018
Bashel Lewis ’19 is a trendsetter and a trailblazer. The first in his family to go to college or to apply for a passport, Lewis started a blog called COPE to document his journey at Pitzer College and his travels abroad. Through this online forum, Lewis shares both his fashion sense and his life philosophy.
Faculty Profile: Phil Zuckerman
November 7, 2017
Meet Pitzer Professor Phil Zuckerman, a world-renowned secular studies scholar. Zuckerman started the country's first secular studies major at Pitzer College and is the author of Living the Secular Life