Campus Life

Particpants of the 2013 New York City Networking Trip CMC's Lisa Meulbroek, the Fritz B. Burns Professor of Financial Economics, George R. Roberts Fellow, and director of the Financial Economics Institute (far left), with FEI students at the New York offices of KKR, with Trustee Henry R. Kravis '67 (center, blue tie).

Something different happened recently at the Athenaeum. The venue, which has hosted political heavy-hitters, literary lights, and distinguished men and women from all over the world, was rocking in rhythm.

Jamaica Kincaid


The big, Wednesday, Jan. 23 basketball game between the Stags and the Sagehens not only drew a capacity crowd, but notice from a local reporter, who called the game "round one in the best basketball rivalry in the Inland Valley."

The 2013 flu season is here, and is predicted to be severe. Dr. Jennie Ho from Student Health Services offers the following information on staying healthy, as well as what to do if you are feeling under the weather. Information about flu shots is also included below.

Tips on staying healthy during this time:

• Eat healthy food, get plenty of sleep, and exercise to keep up your resistance.

Tamar Kaplan '14 in South America Ready for every adventure: Tamar Kaplan '14 in South America. Credit: Kaplan family

Prof. Audrey Bilger Join professors Audrey Bilger (pictured) and Lisa Cody for birthday cake at the Ath (Freeberg room) on Monday, Jan. 28, from 3-5 p.m., honoring the 200th anniversary of Pride and Prejudice. Guests are invited to bring copies of the book and share favorite passages.


Pamela Gann

Dear CMC Community,

It is my pleasure to welcome you back to campus. I hope that everyone had an enjoyable, restful winter break. As we look ahead, I want to highlight some important information for you about the spring semester at Claremont McKenna College.

As you already may know, the College experienced an exciting, historic fall. The Campaign for Claremont McKenna not only achieved its $600-million goal but also surpassed it – and is steadily climbing as we approach the Campaign’s completion in June.

Tamar Kaplan climbing


Junior Tamar Kaplan ’14 died Sunday, January 6, 2013, in a Bolivian hospital, due to complications from an automobile accident. Tamar had been on a private tour in rural Bolivia when the accident occurred.

Tamar’s journey to South America was only the most recent of many achievements by which the 20-year-old Minnesotan distinguished herself during her impressive undergraduate career at CMC.

Source Team 2012What’s better than having an enthusiastic, hands-on volunteer putting time and effort into your non-profit? Answer: Having a committed pre-professional donate their valuable human capital skills to measurably increase your efficacy and create a lasting impact.