Pomona-Pitzer's women's soccer team is on the cusp of capturing a fifth consecutive Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference regular-season championship. That's not all the Sagehens hope to win this season.
Amanda Eric ’25 is driven to help global communities facing climate change challenges and has landed a scholarship to aid in this mission. Announced in late August, Eric was awarded the 2023 Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service.
As a Napier Award for Creative Leadership recipient and a Projects for Peace awardee, Elisa Velasco ’23 will design and implement a summer program called Sin Límites (Without Limits) for Latinx high school freshmen and sophomores in Oklahoma.
On February 28, Evelyne Aviles Velazquez ’26 participated in “Day at the Capitol,” an event for students fto meet with legislators and their aides and advocate for the role of private institutions in California higher education.
Sara Garza Gonzalez ’25 and Valentina Liberman ’25 were selected by Pomona College and Projects for Peace to receive $10,000 to develop entrepreneurship skills for mothers from the Kuna community in Panama last summer.