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On December 9, 2014, Marcie Gardner, Assistant Vice President for Investigations, announced in an email to the CMC community that in the Appleby arson case, a “person of interest” has been identified. This person was last seen “running through the Bauer parking lot in a northeast direction...

By: Xiaoyang Qian | Dec 10, 2014

On Saturday afternoon, Scripps College announced that it will update its admissions policy to be inclusive of transgender women and other students of...

By: Shannon Miller | Dec 08, 2014

On December 2nd, Pitzer President Laura Skandera Trombley announced her resignation, effective June 30, 2015.  Professor Thomas Poon, a Chemistry professor...

By: Hannah Bottum | Dec 04, 2014

Last Friday afternoon, students from Professor Schroeder’s “Health, Measurement and Justice” class presented at the Athenaeum on charities that...

By: Vera Armus | Nov 26, 2014

This past week, Scripps College announced proposed changes to their admissions policies, specifically regarding transgender students. The Scripps proposal...

Last Saturday, we reported that multiple fires had been set around North Quad and Bauer Center in what Dean Mary Spellman deemed arson in an email to the...

By: Shannon Miller | Nov 20, 2014

Diane Halpern, a 13-year Professor of Psychology at CMC and former President of the American Psychological Association (APA), retired from CMC on June...

By: Christina Yoh | Nov 19, 2014

A year and a half ago, CMC finished a record-breaking fundraising campaign for faculty support, facility/building support, annual fund support, new scholarships...

By: Jack Tao | Nov 19, 2014

The ASCMC Executive Board discussed a number of key developments at the meeting this past Sunday. One of the key announcements was that SOURCE, CMC’s...

By: Shirley Jiang | Nov 19, 2014

Bump, Set, Spike. Sounds simple, right? Wrong. The volleyball that the CMS girls’ volleyball team has been playing all season is complicated, intense,...

By: Eli Etzioni | Nov 17, 2014