Jennifer Sitton

Jennifer Sitton is a sophomore and a dual Government and History major from West Linn, Oregon, a non-hipster suburb of Portland. In her copious amount of spare time, you can find her listening to country music, watching ESPN at the gym, or reading Gone with the Wind for the ninth time.

books

In class one afternoon, a professor of mine mentioned the publishing expectations CMC professors face. He lamented a “publish or perish” attitude,...

By: Jennifer Sitton | Apr 15, 2013
Doms Lounge Pomona

As many die-hard attendees quickly noticed, Pomona’s weekly Wednesday party, Pub, was suspended on March 27. This suspension was a result of an audit...

By: Jennifer Sitton | Apr 10, 2013
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In an email sent out to students last Friday, Assistant Director for Student Technology Services Micheal Malsed announced the implementation of the new...

By: Jennifer Sitton | Mar 04, 2013
red cup

While I was with my family over break, I mentioned my dorm’s housekeeper in conversation, at which point my family stopped chattering and asked me, “Exactly...

By: Jennifer Sitton | Feb 12, 2013
Rain2

I awoke to the soothing pitter-patter of tiny raindrops on the sidewalk outside. Little did I know, to some of my fellow students, that relaxing drone...

By: Jennifer Sitton | Jan 30, 2013

Before you all let out a collective groan at the sight of yet another article mentioning SAT scores or U.S. News & World Report college rankings, let me tell you this: We aren’t the bad guys this time. In fact, CMC didn’t even cheat “that much,” according to U.S. News & World Report. Apparently, we didn’t cheat enough to be placed on the “unranked”...

By: Jennifer Sitton | Nov 20, 2012
iPhones

Take a moment and think about all the things you use your smartphone for during a normal day in Claremont. Now imagine something catastrophic happens,...

By: Jennifer Sitton | Nov 01, 2012

On October 6, hundreds of students from all 5Cs donned their nicest apparel and headed to Monte Carlo. However, before being allowed entrance to any registered party, including Monte Carlo, students have to present a valid student ID to the group of uniformed security officers at the entrance. Whether you consider this a nuisance or a necessity, consider this the next...

By: Jennifer Sitton | Oct 24, 2012