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The Field of Flags is a Holocaust Memorial art installation consisting of 8,510 flags displayed across the Stephen L. Glass Commencement Plaza. This will be the second year that the Field of Flags takes place on Pitzer’s campus. Last year, Brianna Moffitt (‘11) and Anna Goldberg (‘12) began the project displaying 4,255 flags. This year those numbers will be doubled to help create a more powerful visual impact. The hope of the Field of Flags is to not only be a reminder of the Holocaust, but to show that genocide is a humanitarian issue, not specific to different groups. The colors scattered together in a rainbow represent the importance of people coming together as one, not just in separate groups.
 Each flag represents 1,000 people who were killed in the Holocaust. The flags, along with information about each group targeted will be displayed from April 15th-April 19th.
 Interested in being a part of this powerful experience? Register here: http://fieldofflags.eventbrite.com/ or contact angoldbe@pitzer.edu for more information.

The Field of Flags is a Holocaust Memorial art installation consisting of 8,510 flags displayed across the Stephen L. Glass Commencement Plaza. This will be the second year that the Field of Flags takes place on Pitzer’s campus. Last year, Brianna Moffitt (‘11) and Anna Goldberg (‘12) began the project displaying 4,255 flags. This year those numbers will be doubled to help create a more powerful visual impact. The hope of the Field of Flags is to not only be a reminder of the Holocaust, but to show that genocide is a humanitarian issue, not specific to different groups. The colors scattered together in a rainbow represent the importance of people coming together as one, not just in separate groups.

 Each flag represents 1,000 people who were killed in the Holocaust. The flags, along with information about each group targeted will be displayed from April 15th-April 19th.

 Interested in being a part of this powerful experience? Register here: http://fieldofflags.eventbrite.com/ or contact angoldbe@pitzer.edu for more information.


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5C Living Exchange Program Apps DUE April 6th

Applications are available in the Housing Office (GSC 222).

 Completed applications are due on Friday April 6th @ 5:00 pm in the Housing Office, GSC 222.


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LOST & FOUND

Erin Caliri LOST keys.
Walker Jones LOST an ID. 


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LOST & FOUND

Tim Williamson LOST glasses.
Christopher McKinney LOST a braided rainbow keychain.
Mia Yamashiro LOST a white iPhone in a pink case. 
Jason Engel LOST a wallet. 
Mary Scherffius LOST a wallet.
Caroline Spurgin LOST an iPod nano silver.
Sofia Lillo LOST a leather jacket at SAC.
Lucia Reynolds LOST a purple knit pullover sweater.
Taylor Caldwell LOST an ID. 
Virginia Anton LOST some keys.
Shannon Leap LOST an ID. 

Yeyo Nolasco IS MISSING a bike.
Timothy Lapinskas IS MISSING a laundry basket. 
Joshua Grise IS MISSING a wallet and belt.

Emily Buika FOUND some money?
Nate Pennebaker FOUND some more money?
Madison Noble FOUND an iPhone in a purple case.
Kasey Harrison YOUR ID WAS FOUND.
The Shakedown FOUND two sweatshirts (tom and jerry & columbia).
Murphy Miller YOUR PASSPORT WAS FOUND by Zoey Greco.
Jeremy Brecher-Hamison YOUR ID WAS FOUND by Andrea Frias.


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Walk A Mile In Her Shoes: Registration is OPEN

To register for the event please visit www.claremontWAM.com and use the “donate” button to process your registration!


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Lecture: Todd Honma

Who: YOU

What: The Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies (IDAAS) presents… Professor Todd Honma for the Faculty Brown Bag Talk on “Race, Place, and ‘The Modern Tattoo’.”

When: Wednesday March 28th (TODAY) @ 12:15 - 1:30 pm

Where: IDAAS Seminar Room, Lincoln 1121, Pomona College


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SUITES AROUND THE WORLD!

FRIDAY MARCH 30TH IN MEAD…

9:00-10:00 pm 
W100 - Russia

10:00-11:00 pm
Y210 - Germany
Y100 - Cuba

11:00- 12:00 am
Z200- Colombia
X310 - India

12:00-1:00 am
W300 - Ibiza
W310 - Tortuga

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SNACKIE SNACK. TUESDAY. 10:00 PM. GSC MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM.
DIRT CUPS (pudding, OREO crumbles, and gummy worms - in case you don’t know the best invention ever created)!

SNACKIE SNACK. TUESDAY. 10:00 PM. GSC MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM.

DIRT CUPS (pudding, OREO crumbles, and gummy worms - in case you don’t know the best invention ever created)!


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Santa Fe Chicken Salad & Almond Rocca Latte
Pit-Stop Cafe Weekly Specials

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GHOUSE CARETAKER APPS DUE BY 11:00 TONIGHT!

Make sure you finish those on time. Tonight, March 26th. 11:00 pm.


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GHouse Story Slam: First Times

Who: YOU AND EVERYONE YOU KNOW

What: GHouse Story Slam! Theme will be “First Time” to be interpreted as you so desire.

When: Thursday March 29th @ 8:00 ish

Where: Grove House!


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Foreclosure Forum

Who: YOU

What: Foreclosure Forum

When: Sunday March 25th @ 4:00 - 5:00 pm

Where: Claremont City Hall (225 West 2nd Street)


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Literary Series: Jena Osman

Who: YOU

What: The Literary Series at Pomona College presents… Jena Osman

When: Monday March 26th @ 4:15 pm

Where: Crookshank Hall, Room 108 on Pomona’s campus