Thanks to her $15,000 funding from the Napier Initiative, Jivika Rajani ’17 will create and run social innovation and entrepreneurship boot camps for almost 250 high school students in Dubai and Pune, India.
A new $2.5 million California Energy Commission grant will enable Pomona College to more precisely monitor and adjust energy use in key buildings, leading to energy savings expected to exceed 20 percent.
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz ’94 (D-Hawaii) will deliver the principal address at Pomona College’s 124th Commencement Exercises on May 14, 2017. Approximately 390 students from the Class of 2017 will receive their undergraduate degrees.
In an eloquent and humorous talk, actor Jason Alexander P ’18 shared his wisdom with a crowd of 1,700 gathered at Bridges Auditorium Saturday night for a special event part of Pomona College’s Family Weekend.
Daniel To ’17 and Samuel To ’18 have many things in common. They both major in chemistry and are teammates on the Sagehens swimming and diving team. But most importantly, they share an unbreakable bond as brothers.
Veterans Shandra Dyess ’19, Mo Dyson ‘18 and Trevor Pontifex ‘18 are on a mission. After serving their country as U.S. Marines, now they’re adding on to their academic acumen at Pomona to continue serving, this time as civilians.