As one of the program advisors for the PBS series “The Vietnam War”, Professor Emeritus David Elliott reflects on how Vietnam and the war shaped his life as an academic and shares lessons from the war that are applicable to this day.
At No. 24, Pomona College is one of the institutions highlighted in Princeton Review's 2017 “Guide to 375 Green Colleges,” which profiles colleges with the most exceptional commitments to sustainability.
When it comes to tense situation in North Korea, limiting nuclear proliferation and addressing the humanitarian crisis should be top priorities for the U.S. and its allies, says to Politics Professor Tom Le.
Call it Sagehen submersion. Twice a week, first-year students participate in one of 30 Critical Inquiry (ID1) sections – intensive classes that introduce the new students to both the joy and rigor of academia at Pomona.
Pomona College President G. Gabrielle Starr and President Emeritus David Oxtoby reaffirm Pomona College’s strong and unequivocal support for undocumented students and call for the continuation of the DACA program.