With some cameras, Ellie Harris ’18 regularly catches coyotes, mourning doves, woodrats, owls, squirrels, even a bobcat or two, all at the Robert J. Bernard Biological Field Station (BFS) about a mile north of campus.
In a Q&A, Pomona College Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures Clair Nettleton discusses the inspiration for the daylong symposium on the intersection between CRISPR-Cas9 and the humanities to be held April 27.
In this Q&A, Professor of History Samuel Yamashita tells the story behind the globalization of Japanese cuisine, its path into fine dining and explores the future of Asian fusion as a transnational culinary sensation.
"I gave my first gift to Pomona as a first-year. Working as a caller for the Annual Fund, I knew participation was key to the success of the program. I also give because of the generous financial aid I receive."