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Ethen Lund '19 studied in Jordan this spring on a Refugees, Health, and Humanitarian Action Program. Read about his experiences! http://voices.pomona.edu/2018/05/a-man-in-amman/

A Man in Amman By Ethen Lund ’19 [Ethen studied abroad in Amman, Jordan on the SIT Jordan: Refugees, Health, and Humanitarian Action Program] In Arabic, the name of this city is one character different than the word for safe. This coincidence holds credence in that the people of Amman are overwhel...
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New post! Ever wondered why we think there are 7 continents?

http://voices.pomona.edu/2018/05/oceania-es-un-continente/

Oceanía Es un Continente? By Sarah Binau ’19 I was in my Spanish class at the public university (La Universidad de Chile) in Santiago, the sprawling, smoggy city at the foot of the Andes in the noodle-like country of Chile. Our professor, Claudia, paused during the lesson and remarked that our cl...
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You Do Not Know What You Do Not Know
By Cheryl Yau '19
A key aspect of a liberal arts education that I really relish is the serendipitous exposure to ideas and people I would have not actively s...
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Arianna Chen '19 shares "Advice to Potential Pomona-ers" in her new post.

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Our international students are giving lots of food for thought in recent blog posts about the concept of home and forging transnational identity. Check them out!

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Pomona College Student Blog updated their cover photo.
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Summer blog posts are rolling out: Ten things to look forward to in your first year at Pomona College (in no particular order) by Jack Buyske ’18. Puppies are involved. Story here: bit.ly/2viM4sx

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Are you compulsive about planning? Congrats, here’s another item for your list: “Studio Time”

http://voices.pomona.edu/2017/04/studio-time/

1) A cozy café. A notepad. A pen. Plain A4 papers. Watercolor paints. Fresh cooking ingredients. A half-empty sheet music to be completed by no one other than yourself…
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We like to think students choose to come to Pomona for the top-tier liberal arts education. It also doesn’t hurt that we are in Southern California, just 35 miles from Los Angeles and near the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Pomona students have access to a wide variety of recreational activ...
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Take one step forward with your left foot — a small step suffices. Oh, no flip flops from this point on, please. Feel that delicate texture embracing your foot with such warmth and subtle sounds of acceptance. Another step forward with your right foot, and you experience a marvelous balance. Savour…
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Check out "Student Recitals and Other Adventures" by Eron Smith

Student Recitals and Other Adventures Posted on November 10, 2015 by Eron Smith The first student recital of the 2015-2016 academic year happened on Wednesday, October 28th. It’s no secret that performance is not particularly my favorite activity and not especially my strong suit (due to stage frigh…
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The latest from the Voices blog - on the student movement at the Claremont Colleges.

Talking about Race at the Claremont Colleges Posted on November 18, 2015 by Madeleine Colvin This past week has been an emotionally exhausting one for the Claremont Colleges community. While Black students and other students of color have been campaigning for institutional support for many months, t…
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Check out Teofanny's list of 47 things that make Pomona special!

47 Reasons Why Pomona is a Special Place Posted by Teofanny Saragi on April 6, 2015Leave a Comment One of the opportunities the Office of Admissions offers first-year students is the chance to be a Student Ambassador. After you apply, eight first-year students are chosen to give tours, host prospect…
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Ever wondered what it's like to complete an independent study at Pomona? Read about Eron's experience here:

Independent Study and Small-College Education Posted by Eron Smith on April 3, 2015Leave a Comment Getting reflective and looking at my completed draft from afarOn the Wednesday afternoon of spring break, I sat in the Coop Fountain staring at my laptop screen. My real spring break had started thirty…
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Congratulations to the Class of 2019! Before you make the decision to come to Pomona, Max has something important to say to you.

To You, Class of 2019 and Beyond Posted by Max Coleman on March 31, 2015Leave a Comment Hi! We probably won’t ever formally be introduced, and I’d consider myself lucky to even get a glimpse of you as we pass each other on campus, but I just wanted to give you something that hopefully convinces you…
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Follow Muhammad's research as he works with mice models to find a cure for multiple sclerosis:

The world of scientific research captivated me the summer prior to my first year at Pomona College. I found a summer research internship through the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center to gain first-hand perspective with a research setting. I worked my mentors to investigate drug combinations for T-cell leu…
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