• Professor Eric A. Hurley outside of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC.
    Professor Eric A. Hurley Discusses Misconceptions About African Americans That Contribute to Racial Divide in the U.S.
  • Jake Hauser ’20 and Elise Koskelo ’20
    Jake Hauser ’20 and Elise Koskelo ’20 Awarded National Science Foundation Fellowships
  • Sheriff Paul Pastor ’71 and Joyce Hicks ’74
    Finding a Path Forward: Joyce Hicks ’74 and Paul Pastor ’71 Reflect on the State of Policing
Nate Dailey '23 on campus before the pandemic
Monday, May 11, 2020
Nate Dailey '23, whose family lost their home to the devastating wildfire in Paradise, California, during his senior year in high school, reflects on a school year disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pomona is written as if it were the Hollywood sign
Friday, May 8, 2020
You can safely revisit campus today from their homes during the pandemic through the magic of Hollywood films and television—although campus may look a bit different as it stands in for Yale University or even as a military academy.

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