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Healing Art: Curanderismo

Maestra Grace Sesma will present an overview of the healing arts of Curanderismo  on Monday,  March 27, 2023  at 4:15-5:30 PM.  The presentation will be on zoom.   Please email  [email protected] for the zoom link.    This event is part of series on Cross-Cultural Health and Healing,  sponsored by the Campus Life Committee and is open […]


Crystal Diaries documentary screening

Benson Auditorium 1050 N. Mills Avenue, Claremont, CA

Crystal Diaries is a feature-length documentary that shares the intimate stories of five members of the LGTBQ House and Ball community in Los Angeles whose lives have been impacted by the struggle with methamphetamine addiction. This film is intended to provide solidarity, conversations around healing, and representations that mainstream media has neglected. Crystal Diaries was […]


UFW Dinner Convo with Teresa Romero

Founders Room, McConnell Center 1050 N. Mills Avenue, Claremont, CA, CA

The Students For Farm Workers club (SFFW) will be hosting the United Farm Workers’ President Teresa Romero on March 28 from 5pm - 7pm at the McConnell's Founder Room along with CLSA, CAPAS, and the Robert Redford Conservancy. We are very excited to be holding an event of this nature. Please make sure to RSVP […]

Career Discovery Series: BioTech, Accounting & Real Estate

Atherton 103 CA

Come meet Sandra Gonzalez Gutierrez '09 Come learn about a career in biotech. Whether you want to pursue Biotech, Accounting and Real estate or you are still exploring different fields, this session is for you! Please feel free to bring a dinner along if you would like. Complimentary dessert will be provided.

Workshop Wednesday: What’s in a Major? Bridging Academic Interests to Career

Fletcher 104 1050 North Mills Ave, Claremont, CA

Are you a first- or second-year student exploring what major best fits life after college? Or are you wondering what careers make sense with the path you are already on? Join us for a conversation about the value of majors in career and how to identify opportunities within your field. Wednesday Workshops are weekly career […]

Event Series Beginning Qi Gong

Beginning Qi Gong

Broad Center Courtyard

Beginning Qi Gong March 1, March 8, March 29, and April 12 4:30–5:30 p.m. Broad Center East Patio, Pitzer College Bring water, comfortable shoes, & cultural humility FMI: ASAM89: Qi Gong & Embodied Learning (K.Yep)

ASAM 137 Speaker Talk with Kimberley Arteche – Philippine Textiles: Craft & Ancestral Ecologies

Fletcher 104 1050 North Mills Ave, Claremont, CA

In this lecture & workshop, we will learn about various Philippine communities' relationships to land & ancestor through textile traditions, ethical protocol for consuming and exploring Philippine indigenous symbols & attire, and learn meditations and practices to integrate Philippine indigenous values into our everyday lives.


IDCLS Fall ’23 Courses Info Session

Are you interested or curious about Chicanx Latinx Studies? Come to our information session to learn about the Intercollegiate Department of Chicana/o Latina/o Studies' Fall '23 Course Offerings and meet the faculty teaching these courses. Enjoy tamales, grab a goodie bag, and try your luck at our CLS book raffle! Open to all 5C students. […]

Event Series GRIT Group

GRIT Group

Atherton 103 CA

Weekly group discussing - Creating hope, Using your strengths, Developing coping skills, Building healthy habits, Drawing on culture & spirituality, Addressing perfectionism, Prioritizing your Mental Health, and Advocating for yourself.

The Boys Who Said NO! An Ode to the Power of Activism

Benson Auditorium 1050 N. Mills Avenue, Claremont, CA

The event will involve a panel of Vietnam war resisters who stood up to the United States government and fought to end the war. The acclaimed documentary film The Boys Who Said NO! will illustrate the anti-war movement and the depth of deception the United States government propagated. The Office of Alumni and Family Engagement […]

Bouquet Making and Snacks

Demonstration Kitchen, West Hall 1050 North Mills Ave, Claremont, CA

Please come to the Skandera courtyard outside the demo kitchen to build your own bouquet with some snacks and listen to some music with friends!

5c Prison Abolition Collective Spring Speaker Series: Amber Rose-Howard

The Political Education group of the 5C Prison Abolition Collective is hosting a semester-long speaker series this spring! We will be bringing many amazing scholars, activists, and filmmakers to campus as part of the series, as well as hosting an alumni panel and other exciting events. We are excited to announce that Saturday, April 8, […]

Distilling Your Message: Communicating Your Research to a General Audience

Broad Performance Space 1050 North Mills Ave, Claremont, CA

In this day and age, you have to do more than conduct incredible research, you have to be able to communicate it. This interactive workshop will show you how to take complex ideas and organize them into an accessible format so anyone can engage with your work, no matter their background. Come learn how to […]


Fresh Check Day

Brant Field (Clock Tower Lawn) CA

Join the Strive 2 Thrive team as we present Fresh Check Day. Fresh Check Day, the signature program of the Jordan Porco Foundation, is an uplifting mental health promotion and suicide prevention event for colleges that includes interactive expo booths, peer-to-peer messaging, support of multiple campus departments and groups, free food, entertainment, and exciting prizes and […]