A rainbow over Rodin Crater
Saturday, January 19, 2002
James Turrell ’65 is turning an extinct Arizona volcano into the world’s most ambitious work of art. Learn more in “The Cosmic Art of James Turrell,” a classic Pomona College Magazine story from the Winter 2002 issue.
Dr. Elinor Todd Christiansen ’51 with a child holding a teddy bear
Saturday, October 13, 2001
Trace the evolution of health care in America through the eyes of three generations of Pomona physicians.
Three icons of Father Seraphim
Friday, April 13, 2001
Among many pious Russians, he is a subject of veneration. But before he became known as Father Seraphim, he was known as Eugene Rose ’56.
Still life photo of an open music book, a clarinet, a freshman's beanie and other historic paraphernalia related to college songs
Tuesday, January 9, 2001
Few colleges can equal Pomona’s repertoire of college songs, or the unique stories behind them. Learn more in “Pomona’s Greatest Hits,” a classic Pomona College Magazine story from the Winter 2001 issue.
the shape of the number 47 in the clouds
Sunday, October 1, 2000
In this classic Pomona College Magazine story from the fall 2000 issue, we explore the lure and mystique of the number 47 and Pomona's obsession with it.
Bill Keller ’70 superimposed on a front page of The New York Times
Thursday, April 1, 1999
Famed foreign correspondent Bill Keller ’70 leads the news team at The New York Times in “A Man for his Times,” a classic Pomona College Magazine story from the Spring 1999 issue.
A Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens running back being tackled by two CMS Stags
Thursday, April 1, 1999
A single street divides the two athletic programs of the five undergraduate Claremont Colleges. Explore this unique competition in "The Rivalry," a classic Pomona College Magazine story from the Spring 1999 issue.

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