Arts & Culture

Attending CMC can often feel like living in a world of jocks and athletes. To the casual observer, we’re the epitome of a sports culture. This is partly true, but we often overlook the increasingly relevant arts community, specifically theater arts. Many students, including myself, are very passionate about...

By: Cassie Lewis | Nov 17, 2014

Local artist Sandy Garcia with her rhino painting. (From Mexican Folk Art by Sandy Garcia Facebook page) Walking along Bonita Avenue in Claremont Village,...

By: Stephanie Mace | Oct 26, 2014

As much as I begged my parents, making the 2,500+ mile journey back to New York wasn’t an option for fall break. Although I originally thought I would...

By: Vera Armus | Oct 17, 2014

When I came to CMC four years ago, I was a closeted dancer and poet. CMC didn’t seem like the place to explore my artistic side; whenever I’d ask about...

By: West Lalanne | Sep 29, 2014

  As the school year winds down, it begins to hit us that we’ll soon be leaving Claremont, the place we’ve happily called home for the last nine...

By: John Hyatt | May 06, 2014

Joe Newbry ’14 and Sean Adler ’13 are the two final winners of the Inauguration Prize Competition for their free app, 5CNoms. Newbry and Adler...

By: The Forum | Apr 22, 2014

Kelsey Gohn ’16 was another winner of the Inauguration Prize Competition. She won the prize for “best visual arts” piece with a conceptual...

By: The Forum | Apr 21, 2014

Please enjoy this piece, “Frequent Flier,” by Diana Ciuca ’15. “Frequent Flier” was recently one of the winners of the Inauguration...

By: The Forum | Apr 18, 2014

The winning selections from the CMC Inauguration Prize Competition were featured at the Athenaeum this Monday, April 14. The Inauguration Prize Competition...

By: Hannah Bottum | Apr 18, 2014

A mixture of both the eccentric and the disturbing, the play The Vagina Monologues illustrates various female narratives that focus on sexual violence...

By: Elijah Natividad | Apr 08, 2014