CMC Around the Web archive

Can Don Corleone teach us anything positive about leadership? Prof. Ronald E. Riggio answers in Psychology Today

How the Proust Questionnaire went from literary curio to prestige personality quiz, Prof. Evan Kindley in The New Yorker

Loot Crate, led by co-founder and CEO Chris Davis '07, named the fastest growing private company in America by Inc.

Alexei Agratchev '99 and RetailNext, the multi-million-dollar company he co-founded, are profiled in Entrepreneur

Prof. Henri Cole writes about writing in The New Yorker

Prof. Minxin Pei in Nikkei Asian Review: Why China's elites worry about the country's future

Zenaida Huerta '20 profiled in the Sacramento Bee as delegate to the Democratic National Convention

The West’s decline would hurt China, Prof. Minxin Pei writes in Project Syndicate

Zachariah Oquenda '16 writes about his family’s experience with poverty and homelessness in rural America in

Vivan Marwaha '17 writes on the consolidation of Indian-American political power in The Hill's Congress blog

Rose Institute Fellow Douglas Johnson '92 comments on the passing of former California state Sen. Sharon Runner, co-author of Jessica's Law

Tim de Silva '18 wins motor racing series to earn a spot in the Mazda Road to Indy USF2000 $200,000 Scholarship Shootout

John B. Quinn '73 and his Museum of Broken Relationships in Los Angeles are profiled in the New York Times

Prof. Aseema Sinha on how global rules and markets are shaping India’s rise

Sanjana Sankaran '17 reflects on her semester at King's College in London, "a city of infinite wonders"

Prof. Minxin Pei discusses China's anti-corruption campaign in CSIS's ChinaPower project

New York Times: Study co-authored by Prof. Heather Antecol shows gender-neutral tenure extension policies put women at a disadvantage

In Today Show appearance, Dr. Tanya Remer Altmann ’94 discusses the trend of millennials staying with their childhood pediatricians

Prof. Roderic Camp discusses his book, Politics in Mexico: Democratic Consolidation or Decline?, on C-Span's Book TV

Prof. Zachary Courser talks about Brexit and its impact on the U.S. presidential campaign on KPCC's Air Talk

Why friends may know you better than you know yourself. Prof. Ronald E. Riggio explains in Psychology Today

For China, Brexit means more power, less economic security, Prof. Minxin Pei writes in Fortune

Prof. Andrew Peek presents the best case against Brexit -- Britain leaving the European Union -- in the New York Daily News

Prof. John Pitney discusses his book "The Politics of Autism" on C-Span's Book TV

How do we really feel about our credit scores? Professor Manfred Keil weighs in on WalletHub

Prof. Minxin Pei wins Society of Publishers in Asia award for excellence in opinion writing

Prof. Frederick R. Lynch quoted about Boomers, patriotism and Donald Trump in Time magazine

Prof. Ronald Riggio quoted about eye contact awkwardness in New York magazine

China's emerging middle class might start demanding more, Prof. Minxin Pei writes in Fortune

'Suffusion of language and light:' Prof. Henri Cole muses about Jenny Holzer’s nighttime poetry projections in the New Yorker

President Hiram Chodosh highlights CMC's ideological balance in interview in the Korea Herald.

The inspiring story of two CMS alumni featured in article

Prof. Minxin Pei looks into possible challenges to the authority of Chinese President Xi Jinping in a Fortune article

Undefeated Claremont men's rugby team eyes the postseason.

Prof. Jon Shields addresses the status of conservatives in higher education in both the L.A. Times and Washington Post

Claremont men's lacrosse Coach Pete Ginnegar named assistant coach of Israeli men's national team

New York Times Q&A with Prof. Minxin Pei on why China’s one-party rule is unsustainable

Prof. Lily Geismer quoted in NYT on the long-term impact of presidential campaigns

Prof. John K. Roth writes about the importance of solidarity in in the face of adversity

David Dreier ’75 discusses politics and the Dreier Roundtable on NBC

Prof. Jack Pitney: Politicians demonize autism

Prof. Andrew Peek writes on Putin's Middle East goals in the N.Y. Daily News

Prof. Audrey Bilger reviews book on the history of female friendships

KPCC reports on the Inland Empire Center for Economics and Public Policy study

Prof. Jack Pitney pens The Hill op-ed on autism and the presidential campaign

Prof. Andrew Peek explains why it’s a dangerous time to fight with China 

Prof. Minxin Pei on the bleak options facing China’s President as the Victory Day parade boost fades

NY Times: Kathy YL Chan ’07 and her Coveted Tea, Never to Be Brewed

Prof. Ron Riggio discusses creating effective leadership on Chronicle of Philanthropy podcast

Hannah Oh ’16 writes NYT op-ed on Millennials and the presidential election

Prof. Manfred Keil weighs in with the future of Ontario International Airport

Read Prof. Andrew Peek’s NY Daily News op-ed on what to make of Mullah Mohammad Omar’s death 

George R. Roberts ’66 P’93 featured in the San Francisco Business Times

Rose Institute Fellow Doug Johnson discusses government waste with Al Jazeera America  

Prof. Ilai Saltzman writes timely op-ed in Jerusalem Post on Israel and the nuclear deal with Iran

Prof. Piercarlo Valdesolo discusses hypocrisy in sports on Sports Illustrated Brain on Sports Podcast

Helena Bottemiller Evich '09 on faltered food safety reform in Politico

Overworked and happy? Prof. Ron Riggio explains in Yahoo Health

Prof. Jack Pitney weighs in on California exemption for vaccines

Thrillist names brewery owned by Jack Lamb ’11 one of the 8 best brewpubs outside of Seattle

Minxin Pei in Fortune on Chinese moves in disputed seas 

Azar Nafisi’s address included in NY Times list of favorite 2015 commencement speeches

Apoorva Rangan ’16 brings environmental awareness to rural Indian farming communities

Pema Donyo ’17 looks at the Sophomore Leadership Experience's past and present 

Inside Philanthropy highlights George Roberts '66 P’93