Life

Life

Weekend Escape: A Beer-Lover’s Guide to San Diego

Located about two hours south of Claremont, San Diego is not just a location for Senior Week or Spring Break, but also serves as...

Falling Number of Government Majors Spurs Departmental Change

Until about a decade ago, approximately a quarter of Claremont McKenna graduates were government majors. Over time, this number has been steadily decreasing and...

Claremont Restaurant Week In Full Swing

Love Bardot but afraid of going broke? Addicted to Aruffo’s tortellini? Or, do you simply need an excuse to go to Whisper House for...

From Claremont to Campaign Trail: Heidi Nelson Cruz ’94 in her...

When Heidi Cruz prepared to shake thousands of hands at rallies on the presidential campaign trail this year, she thought back to one of...

Senior Reflection: Coming to a Close

I've just graduated from CMC. The thought of no longer being a student is surreal. College has been an unexpectedly beautiful journey but also a...

CMC’s Presidents and Our Evolving Mission

At CMC, we pride ourselves on being a college rooted in tradition. Particularly in our liberal arts approach to learning with a twist that...

Photo Essay: Mistletoe Rock ’16

CMC Decks the Halls every December with our classic holiday party, Mistletoe Rock.  With a tall and beautifully decorated Christmas tree, lights hanging from...

A History of CMC’s Institutes

One of CMC’s defining features is the opportunity for students to engage in undergraduate research through many of the on-campus institutes and centers. Each...

40 Years Later: Co-Ed Integration at CMC

2016 marks the 40th year that Claremont McKenna College became coeducational. When the announcement was first made, the response was ambivalent. The Claremont Collegian,...

Letters to Home: It’s a Great Big ‘Hygge’ World Out There

Just because giving thanks doesn’t have its own holiday adorned with turkey, American football, and a 5 pm nap, it doesn’t mean that the...