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Professors’ Haynes Foundation Grants Add Potential for Student Research on L.A. Social Justice Issues
2021 Blaisdell Distinguished Alumni Award Winners
Emeritus Professor Lorn Foster Takes Us—and PBS—to Church
Maya Horgan Famodu ’13, Xiaoyin Qu ’15, Sana Javeri Kadri ’16 and Stephen Smith ’17 are the latest Pomona College alumni to be named to the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 lists.
Dr. Michael Sequeira ’73 is taking on the challenge of becoming public health officer in the largest county in the U.S.
After graduating in the middle of a pandemic, Kellen Browning '20, former editor of The Student Life, is already churning out high-profile stories at The New York Times.
Pomona College alumna Jennifer Doudna ’85 becomes the first graduate of Pomona College to receive a Nobel Prize.
This year, the Alumni Distinguished Service Award winners are Frank Albinder ’80, Jim McCallum ’70 and Harry E. Pukay-Martin ’70.
Across the country, Pomona College graduates in healthcare fields are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Historian Alison Rose Jefferson ’80 seeks to illuminate both the past and present of a South L.A. neighborhood with a walking tour she created with Angels Walk L.A.
Alaina Woo ’17 stepped to the free-throw line hundreds of times during her basketball career with Pomona-Pitzer. But she had never stepped onto an athletic stage quite like the one at the NCAA Convention.
Passionate about developing projects that can help create a better harmony between society and nature, Halpern is working on restoring the world’s dying coral reefs.
David Gerics ’17 has been signed by the Minnesota Twins. He is the second Pomona baseball player to be signed by an MLB team in 2017, after Tanner Nishioka '17 was drafted by the Boston Red Sox.
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