Adam Minter, Shanghai correspondent for Bloomberg World View, will deliver a talk at Pomona College titled, "Junkyard Planet: Adventures in China and Beyond—Tracking the Global Billion-Dollar Trash Trade," discussing the politics, ethics and economics of the recycling business.
The 4th Hackathon was a resounding success with 335 students registered and more than 60 teams making it through the night to present their ideas. President David Oxtoby was on hand for the presentations.
This week in Pomona-Pitzer Athletics saw the Volleyball team and Women's Soccer team both end the regular season in second place in the SCIAC, the Men's Cross Country team finish a close second in the conference championships, and the Men's Water Polo team pick up its biggest win of the season.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright's Suzan Lori-Parks' In the Blood, a modern tragedy inspired by Nathaniel Hawthorne's literary classic The Scarlet Letter, will be performed at Pomona College. The play is directed by guest director Kenshaka Ali.
This week in Pomona-Pitzer Athletics saw the Men's Soccer and Volleyball teams both go undefeated and pick up important SCIAC wins, while the Women's Soccer team bounced back from a tough loss to secure its hold on one of the top spots in the conference standings as well.