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In her job as education coordinator for the Miami Marlins, Emily Glass '15 directs a program that not only teaches Spanish-speaking players English but also tutors players and executives in Spanish.
With plans ranging from becoming a doctor to advocating for fellow veterans, four veterans who served in the U.S. Marines, are getting ready to continue making their mark outside of Pomona’s gates.
Aparna Chintapalli ’19 found healing in a supportive group of friends at Pomona College where she could openly talk about the loss of her father.
Vicky-Marie Addo-Ashong '20 and Andrew Phillips '19 are two-sport athletes for Pomona-Pitzer and captains of both of their teams. What's more, they are academically ambitious and leaders on campus.
It wasn’t your typical summer camp memory. Sophie Roe ’19 first became involved in public service when she was a high school student in Pittsburgh.
As one of the recipients of the 2018 Napier Award, Teo Saragi '18 has been awarded $15,000 for a project that will document the stories of Southeast Asians who have been impacted by deportation.
Pomona first-generation students took part in the Smart Start Career Fellows, a program designed to teach students about a working world unfamiliar to many of them.
Taking the train to L.A. for an internship during the school year takes time – students often start work at 10 to allow for the commute – but many say the train beats fighting traffic even if someone has access to a car.
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