In the 1960s, Julian Nava ’51, the first Latino elected to the Los Angeles school board, found himself in a precarious spot after thousands of students walked off East L.A. campuses in the Chicano Blowouts.
Artist Milford Zornes ’34 has always observed nature, but at the age of 100, he had to rely on sketchbooks and memory. Learn more in “A Conversation with Nature,” a classic Pomona College Magazine story from the Winter 2008 issue.
"I gave my first gift to Pomona as a first-year. Working as a caller for the Annual Fund, I knew participation was key to the success of the program. I also give because of the generous financial aid I receive."