Setting up a bit, finding a rhythm, waiting for a laugh and, above all, keeping things moving – these are some of the key lessons for students putting on the comedy, “The Engine of Our Ruin,” opening Nov. 16.
Marine veteran Jordan Petersen '19 transferred to Pomona College from local Mt. San Antonio College to pursue a neuroscience degree to one day become a doctor and help veterans living with PTSD and brain injuries.
Growing up in Columbia, South Carolina, meant a few things to Nathan Hahn ’19. One, he was immersed in a primarily black and white environment. Two, he almost never had a Chinese American or Asian American classmate.
Public policy analysis graduate Chuck Herman ’14 went on to become Bethel, Alaska's youngest city council member. Now a master's student at Harvard, he is furthering his education to continue to serve in the future.
"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."