Two months after receiving her diploma, Julia Frankel ’23 started reporting on issues in the Middle East from Jerusalem for the Associated Press. Now covering the Israel-Hamas war, her stories shed light on the trauma felt throughout the region.
In her new book, Erica Dobbs, assistant professor of politics, and her coauthors explore how people around the world meet their needs for health care, education and other aspects of the social safety net, often by crossing borders.
Students in Prof. Heidi Haddad’s politics class this spring researched abortion measures, introduced or enacted post-Dobbs, across all 50 states. They presented their findings to staff from the office of California Gov. Newsom in Sacramento in May.
Rya Jetha '23 and Mohammed Ahmed '23 will pursue master's degrees in Cambridge University's Downing College during the next academic year as recipients of the Downing Scholarship. Each year up to two Pomona students are selected for the award.
In this Q&A, Prof. Heidi Haddad explores the charges issued by the International Criminal Court against President Putin and Maria Lvova-Belova, and what they signal ahead for the Russian war against Ukraine.
Through the Women in Security program, now in its second year, students at Pomona College can learn firsthand about the experiences of women who are in the midst of advancing their careers in security-related fields.
This year’s cohort of transfer students at Pomona College includes four veterans of the Army, Marine Corps and Air Force. They bring with them formative life experiences and a deep sense of gratitude and purpose in being here.