Pitzer College Writing Tips and Tricks

Virtual Event 1050 North Mills Ave, Claremont

We are here to help! Please join us for the opening session of Pitzer College Writing Tips and Tricks Featuring Director of the Writing Center Professor Andrea Scott Get a jump start on college writing, meet a cool professor who lives in the dorms with her family, and get to know other incoming first-year students! […]

Coalition Building and Organizing

Virtual Event 1050 North Mills Ave, Claremont

Monday June 15 1 - 2 p.m. Zoom Link: pitzer.zoom.us/j/93796889071 with Aleka Jackson, M.A.T. Doctoral Candidate for Education Policy, Organization, and Leadership with an emphasis on Diversity and Equity in Education at the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign and Director of For The People Ms. Jackson is a master teacher, professional development facilitator, professional practitioner of culturally […]

Discussion: US Supreme Court Ruling on LGBTQ+ Rights

Virtual Event 1050 North Mills Ave, Claremont

Why is Monday's ruling being described as a landmark for civil rights? Join Professor Nancy Williams for a discussion about the Supreme Court case and its broad social justice implications. Professor Williams is a professor of chemistry at the W.M. Keck Science Center. Her most recent publications explore ways of fostering communities of practice in […]

Artist Talk: Sean Cavanaugh ’91

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Stay at Home with Pitzer Art Galleries Sean Cavanaugh, Upcountry Fractal, 2020, watercolor and gouache, 20 x 26 inches Sean Cavanaugh ’91 discusses his artistic practice and creative process to convey a sense of his daily work in the studio, starting with the initial spark of an idea to the completion of a painting. Touching […]

The Struggle for Black Liberation

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Speakers Robyn C. Spencer, Associate Professor of History, Lehman College https://robyncspencer.com/ Omar Wasow, PhD, Assistant Professor of Politics, Princeton University www.omarwasow.com brontë velez, Creative Director, Lead to Life: A People’s Alchemy for Regeneration https://www.leadtolife.org/ Via Zoom: https://pitzer.zoom.us/j/92168068070 Hosted by the Robert Redford Conservancy for Southern California Sustainability at Pitzer College and the Justice Education Program. […]

Pitzer College Trivia Game!

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Did you ever wonder about… Where the Pitzer time capsule is buried? The oddest independent study proposal? The strangest request made in the Duplicating office? And what about the age-old question of campus nudity? Find out the answers to these questions and more in a competitive trivia game. Test your knowledge of Pitzer history and […]

Learning to Sew for Others in the Global Pandemic

Virtual Event 1050 North Mills Ave, Claremont

Are you ready to learn how to support your communities, frontline essential workers, and/or Auntie Sewing Squad in the time of COVID 19 and health inequities? Pitzer Asian American Studies Professor Kathy Yep invites you to a workshop with Dr.Grace Yoo and her students (Asian American Studies, San Francisco State University). They will discuss contributing […]

Partner Spotlights: Issues Confronting Communities

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Join us for this panel discussion and learn about the community partners of the Community Engagement Center and their work. How are current events such as COVID, police brutality and elections affecting their work? What strategies are they are using to adapt to new needs? What programmatic resources do these organizations need to reach their […]

Alumni Artist Talk: Kathleen Ryan ’06

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Join us for a conversation with Los Angeles-born, New York-based sculptor Kathleen Ryan ’06. Ryan, who studied archaeology and art at Pitzer. She received an MFA from UCLA's art program, where she studied under noted sculptor Charles Ray. Her recent exhibition Bad Fruit, presented at François Ghebaly in Los Angeles, February 15 – March 29, […]

Panel: Radicals of Pitzer College

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We invite faculty, staff, returning and incoming students, alumni and families to a special panel, "Radicals of Pitzer College." Years before #Blacklivesmatter came into being, one of our professors took on the issue of police brutality directly. Another organized farmworkers with Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta. Today, faculty are combating the Prison Industrial Complex and […]

Alumni Artist Talk: Steven Liang ’10

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"Narratives of Resistance: Scripted and Documentary Hybrids as a Model of Film Production for Social Change" Steven Liang's narrative and documentary films center on the lives of those occupying intersectional identities—Queer, Latinx, Undocumented, Asian American, Incarcerated. In this talk, Steven will showcase clips from his work and discuss his community-based model of film production for […]

Presentation: Advising and Academic Planning

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https://pitzer.zoom.us/j/92596090451 In this session, Professor of Philosophy Brian Keeley and First Year Seminar Director Sarah Gilman will offer a basic presentation and overview of how academic planning and advising work at Pitzer, offering needed information as you prepare to start your Pitzer journey. https://www.pitzer.edu/academics/first-year-seminar/seminars/

Racial Cruelty: A Critique of Police Violence

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A conversation with Professor Munia Bhaumik, Emory University and Wilfrido Batista '21 ZOOM: Join Zoom Meeting - https://pitzer.zoom.us/j/93509176162 Professor Munia Bhaumik's research focuses on literature and philosophy, centering on the question of noncitizen rights. As a scholar, she draws upon literature and philosophy to re-configure concepts of social justice, equality, democracy, and citizenship. Her writings and […]

Writing Tips & Tricks

Virtual Event 1050 North Mills Ave, Claremont

What does writing look like at Pitzer College? Why is it such a transformative space within a social justice-oriented education? And what advice do faculty have to offer about the same? Join the Writing Center and current Writing Fellows in a discussion where you will get a chance to ask your questions about writing, meet […]

Alumni Artist Talk: Benjamin Godsill ’00

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Benjamin Godsill is a leading authority in the realm of late 20th and early 21st century art and is a global tastemaker whose savvy curatorial and market insights have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Bloomberg, among other publications. Pre-register for this talk. Benjamin Godsill's Website Part of the Juice […]

Justice Education at the Claremont Colleges

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Join us as we discuss all the exciting courses, programs, and events Justice Education has planned for the 2020-2021 school year. The Justice Education Initiative at the Claremont Colleges recognizes the extraordinary moment we are in, and double-down on our commitment to fostering an environment of racial justice by not only expanding justice education opportunities […]

Virtual Qi Gong

Virtual Event 1050 North Mills Ave, Claremont

Qi Gong, Insomnia & Compassion (A Health Equity Project) With the organization Interfaith Movement For Human Integrity (IM4HI), Dr. Kathy Yep invites you to participate in a drop-in qi gong class. The goal is to teach simple practices to help people grappling with hard situations (e.g. illness, natural disasters, chronic stress, violence, imprisonment, inequities, death, […]