Posts byBetts Alalou

Confessions of a Pomona Soft Boy

 

 My name is Daniel Horowitz and I am the head of Pomona’s Men In Charge of Helping Women Help Themselves and The Straight White Male Philosophy Club Leading Women Today for Tomorrow. As a member of an underrepresented minority at Pomona— the school is 51% women and 49% men according to hard data— my voice
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New Spring 2018 Course Offerings

 

 You may have noticed that the Course Catalog for this upcoming semester seemed a little light, and that’s because registrar completely forgot to add a couple classes before it went live. So instead of wallowing in self pity because you can’t satisfy any of your major or GE requirements, make sure to add these classes
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Bay Area Student Files for International Status

 

 Pomona junior, Jenny Johnson, made waves on campus this week when she petitioned to change her residential status to international, although not actually coming from somewhere outside of the United States. Johnson actually traveled 400 miles to get to Claremont, as she proudly calls Marin County “home.” Feeling that SoCal and NorCal cannot be anymore
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10 Things Definitely NOT to do with the CMC email chain

We strongly condemn the usage of all emails

 

 Yesterday, a great gift was bestowed upon the students of CMC: the gift of responsibility. As the story goes, an unwitting sophomore accidentally emailed a survey to the entire student body without BCC-ing anyone (in laymen’s terms: he started the biggest, most lit group chat in CMC history). What followed was a glorious, shockingly funny
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Phantom of the Slopera

6 Times You Saw a 5C Party Ghost but Didn't Realize

 

 Today marks Toga, the pinnacle of cliché college parties, and the preeminent site of first year laundry regret. Frosh from the 5Cs over will descend on CMC to participate in the only non-networking related orgy sponsored by the school, laden in their spare XL twin sheets. Historically, togas were worn by senators in the ancient
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KLI: Prepare For September 12

 

 At approximately 12:15 PM Thursday September 7th, KLI (that mysterious large orange backdrop to the Kube), sent an email to all CMC students containing nothing else but this photo. The Golden Antlers’ Forensics Department spent the past 76 hours on a miraculous journey to answer the question posed in this powerful advertisement: ARE YOU READY??
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