Claremont Walking Distance Weekend Activities! Do you consider yourself a busy student? Do you work hard all week, hoping that your sweat, blood, and tears will pay off in the form of weekend free time? Do you want to go out on the weekends, but
What happens when you give Mudders 12 hours, tons of hardware, and free food? Insanely cool projects of course. From October 24th to 25th, Harvey Mudd hosted MuddHacks, the first hardware hackathon at the Claremont Colleges. Over 110 students, including 24 teams of up to
Combat Robotics club members: (Back row, left to right) Chris Kotcherha, Christine Goins, Jenny Smith, Kim Tran, Isabel Martos-Repath, Josephine Wong, Christina Zhu, Wenkai Qin, Jacob Rosalsky, (Front row, left to right) Adam Shaw, Jane Wu, Alex Goldstein Lilypad may be the name of a
What did the smart triangle say to the dumb triangle? Stop being so OBTUSE! What did the pencil say to its boyfriend? You LEAD me on! What did the hook say to the jacket? How’s it HANGING? Why do people think rocks
What do computers do in the winter? HIBERNATE! When do we get rain? When the sky is feeling blue! What did the tree say to the annoying squirrel? LEAF me alone! What did the bowling pin say to its bowling ball boyfriend?
About fifty thousand people each year in the United States experience corneal hazing, the impairment of vision by scar tissue on the cornea. Also occurring in staggering numbers, traumatic brain injuries affect about two million people yearly worldwide. In order to decrease those numbers, Professor
Five girls with no backpacking experience. One guy with a map we could sometimes read. Six days in the wilderness. That was the formula for my Pre-Orientation backpacking experience. I had met these people a few hours ago, and now I had to spend six