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|The Future is (Ful)bright
Mexico, South Korea, Argentina––the list goes on. After graduating in May, eight CMCers (and possibly more) will be dispatched to these and other countries across the world on Fulbright scholarships. Find out how, and where, they will be using their leadership skills. Full Story
CALENDARApril 27-April 29
Saturday, May 12
July 26-July 29
Summer Athenaeum Retreat
I AM CMC
"I Am CMC"
Zach Ingrasci '12 & Chris Temple '12
Exclusive Film Screening of Into Poverty: Living on One Dollar
Former CMC Rugby Team Captain takes on a New Venture
Brentt Baltimore `10 has been accepted into the Venture for America program's inaugural class. Baltimore will join a start-up company as part of the new, two-year business fellowship for recent graduates seeking a path to entrepreneurship. Full Story
SCCAM Prevails Over Inclement Weather
The Lowe Institute of Political Economy; the Berger Institute for Work, Family, and Children; and the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance came together on Friday, April 13, to present the Southern California Conference in Applied Microeconomics. Full Story
CMC Ranks No. 24 in New List of 25 Healthiest Colleges in U.S. According to Greatist.com
Feeling fine: Greatist story gives high marks to CMC's healthy dining hall, as well as student access to recreation equipment and fun phys-ed opportunities across campus.
Intermediate Spanish in Summer Session
Professor Carlos Gonzales will be teaching Intermediate Spanish this summer. Potential fieldtrips include mural viewings, excursions to the Museum of Latin American Art, a soccer game, and a Peruvian restaurant. Students are lining up to take advantage of this opportunity to brush up on their receptive and productive Spanish skills in this highly personalized class. Full Story
The Claremont Colleges Come Together to Form Film Society
Under the guidance of Professor María C. Martinez, the recently formed club takes on its first project by producing a promotional video for "College Night" as a part of the famed Riverside International Festival. Full Story
CMC Entrepreneur's T-Shirts Encourage People to "Wear the World"
Jeff Steitz `13 leads his team to a victory at the Kravis Concept Plan Competition. Just a few weeks before the big win, we had the opportunity to sit down with Jeff and discuss his unique start-up. Full Story
How is policy the product of the interaction between people, ideas, politics, and events? Students will be able to confidently answer this question after diving into Public Policy since the New Deal, a Summer Session course led by Andrew Bush, the Crown Professor of Government and George R. Roberts Fellow.
From Investment Banking to Major League Soccer
Javier Leon `88 spent 12 years in the investment banking world as a managing director for Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, and ING-Barings. Now he is managing director of Andell Sports Group, which owns Major League Soccer team Chicago Fire. Full Story
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