The term “borderline” is tossed around in the media, popular culture and social media, but often without much public understanding of what borderline personality disorder actually is — so Professor Sara Masland explains.
The Pomona College campus springs into action after the long winter break with an event for every kind of interest, ranging from comics to climate impact — with some history, award-winning music and family time thrown in.
Pomona Partners is the College’s longest-running community engagement program, founded in 1993 by a couple of Pomona College students who wanted to have a greater impact on the city of Pomona, just next door to Claremont.
Johny Ek Aban ’19 is graduating in May with a major in economics and had a job secured at a financial firm in San Francisco. His family sacrificed much to ensure he had opportunities and experiences they never had.
The International Student Mentor Program reaches out to students who come to Pomona College from abroad to welcome them into a community that makes students feel at home even when they're far from home.
"I’ve seen how summer research allows students to gain command of an area in their chosen discipline, and carry the confidence and excitement from that experience forward in their undergraduate careers and beyond."