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Jonathan Rosenberg ’83 P’14 has co-written a new book based on what he learned while helping build a global icon: Google.

CMC Associated Students President Ben Tillotson ’15 and CMC President Hiram Chodosh taking the challenge

Ice machines around the country have been working overtime lately to keep up with the demand for ice ever since the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge hit social media in July. Recently the wave of supporters participating in the challenge to raise money for ALS and build awareness about the disease hit the CMC campus.

Chase Huntley '98 on C-SPAN Chase Huntley '98 on C-SPAN

Robin Williams with U.S. Marines at a USO show in Afghanistan, December, 2010. Williams embraced the CMC ethos of service by giving his time, energy and talents to the troops. 

The Claremont McKenna College community joins the rest of the world in mourning the loss of actor and comedian Robin Williams, who died earlier this week.

Williams spent the 1969-70 academic year as a freshman at what was then Claremont Men's College, where he played soccer and demonstrated his trademark lightning-fast humor for the delight of his classmates.

That humor, in fact, was on abundant display during a student comedy show held in McKenna Auditorium in the spring semester of 1970.

Happy Claremont McKenna student

Princeton Review’s The Best 379 Colleges: 2015 Edition hits bookstores today, a survey that asked 130,000 students at 379 top colleges and universities to rate their schools on dozens of topics and report on their campus experiences. For the second time, Claremont McKenna placed No. 1 in the category “Their Students Love These Colleges,” a category introduced by the Princeton Review in 2013, at which time CMC also made the top of the list.

David Mgrublian '82 P'11 David G. Mgrublian '82 P'11

Dave Huntoon, at a recent Rose Institute dinner event Dave Huntoon, at a recent Rose Institute dinner event

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