The Pomona College Department of Theatre and Dance will present the world premiere of Free As Air, a collaborative performance work on the subject of air and air quality, conceived and directed by U.K.-based performance artist Karen Christopher '85 and co-created with students.
The Pomona-Pitzer Men's Cross Country team won the NCAA West Regional championship for the first time since 1982, and the Men's Basketball team started the season with a win over nationally ranked St. Thomas (Minn.) to highlight this week's action.
Char Miller, professor of environmental analysis, has released his tenth book, Seeking the Greatest Good: The Conservation Legacy of Gifford Pinchot (2013), which examines the founder of the U.S. Forest Services's pivotal role in shaping the service and the complexities of that agency.
An episode of Assignment China, a behind-the-scenes documentary series about the history of American journalists in China since the 1940s, will be screened at Pomona College on Thursday, November 14 in Rose Hills Theatre.
Through guest speakers, performers and a visiting African scholar each spring, the five-year Pomona College "Africa Initiative" will highlight the continent's ever-increasing importance, its emerging economies, and the vital role the region plays on the international stage.
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.
Pomona College's Department of Music presents a program of Baroque music with two acclaimed performers – JungHae Kim, harpsichord, and Joshua Lee, viola da gamba – on Friday, October 25 in Bridges Hall of Music.