The work of Jennifer Doudna '85, professor of chemistry and of molecular and cell biology at UC Berkeley, is featured as the first of 10 "World Changing Ideas" in the cover story for the December issue of Scientific American (subscription required).
When Nathan Wang '79 and Matthew Leavitt '03 signed on with the L.A. Opera to create a modern adaptation of Orpheus together, it was purely by coincidence that they were both Sagehens—but they weren't selected by accident.
The 19th annual Southern California A Cappella Music Festival returns to campus on Friday, Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m., in Bridges Auditorium (450 N. College Way, Claremont), showcasing 12 of California's top a cappella groups.
International blues rock group JeConte and the Mali Allstars will showcase their unique blend of American and African music styles in a week-long series of public programs and performances, culminating in a live concert.
Joshua Rodriguez '13 was the son of immigrants from El Salvador struggling to make their way in a new land. Now, he has a sought-after White House internship, getting a look at the shaping of the nation's immigration policies.
Joshua Rodríguez, de la generación de graduados del 2013, creció en el Este de Los Ángeles, hijo de inmigrantes de El Salvador que luchan por abrirse camino en una nueva tierra. Ahora, a sólo un año de haber egresado de Pomona College, Rodríguez está trabajando en una pasantía codiciada en la Casa Blanca, obteniendo un vistazo detrás de bastidores de la configuración de las políticas de inmigración de la nación.
Noting that wearable tech could be a breakthrough for women entrepreneurs, Fast Company today touts Laura Berman '13 for co-creating Melon, a high-tech headband and app, with fellow Sagehen Arye Barnehama '13.
"I’ve seen how summer research allows students to gain command of an area in their chosen discipline, and carry the confidence and excitement from that experience forward in their undergraduate careers and beyond."