Does being at Mudd seem dull or mundane? Ever feel the urge to just be somewhere else? Then check out the Muddraker’s off-campus events guide! Week of March 10 March 14 – Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival – Los Angeles Come to the
What is a great way to spend your Sunday morning in Claremont? I’d say a brunch at Pomona’s Frank dining hall followed by the farmers market in the village. On Harvard street, there are booths scattered on both sides of the street. You will find
One of our writers recently took a trip to The Junction, a restaurant in the Claremont Village where students, faculty, and staff would often go for lunch or dinner. Unfortunately, between the time of his review article being written and right now, the restaurant closed down.
by Kyle Grace (’21) and Mandy Wu (’22) Griffith Park/Observatory This is a great place to go for some free sights in LA. With a view of the city’s skyline and the hollywood sign, this place shouldn’t be missed. It is a bit of
Lots of detailed boba reviews from tea places close to campus, written by Kyle Grace (’21), Tiffany Madruga (’20), Athena Paraskevas-Nevius (’20), & Sydney “Squid” Wallace (’20): Happy Lemon Location: City of Industry, CA Distance: 18.2 miles (about a 25 minute drive) Most Unique Drink:
Looking for a new to show to watch so you can Netflix and Chill with your boo this Valentine’s Day? Check out some pick from the Muddraker Staff: Jonah Cartwright Halt and Catch Fire: This heart-wrenching AMC drama, set in the early 1980s, will challenge
Today, Computer Science is the second most popular major at Harvey Mudd College, boasting graduating classes of almost 80 students in fields that also include Math and Computational- Biology. These graduates go on to work for tech giants like Microsoft, Google, LinkedIn and Amazon and