Pomona College students studying in Paris and Edinburgh are among 96 Sagehens studying away from their home campus fall semester through the College's International and Domestic Programs Office. There is a resurgence of interest in off-campus study.
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.
A recent $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) will help Eleanor Birrell explore privacy regulation that would require companies to handle personal information in the best interests of the people involved.
A new exhibit organized by Pomona College Associate Professor of History Tomás Summers Sandoval at the dA Center for the Arts in the city of Pomona will spotlight the local music scene in 1955-75 through recordings, videos, photos and memorabilia.