In the News Laverne Cox
"Laverne Cox Could Become the First Transgender Actress to Win an Emmy"
The Oprah Magazine, 09.20.19
Press Releases

Pitzer College Art Galleries Showcase the Power of Art to Change Lives in the American Penal System and in Public Perceptions

Claremont, Calif. (August 28, 2019)—Pitzer College Art Galleries presents two complementary exhibitions that look critically at the social impacts of the American penal system, the aesthetics of mass incarceration, and art’s capacity to create change in the lives of individuals who are incarcerated. Disruption! Art and the Prison Industrial Complex and Ashley Hunt:Degrees of Visibility [Read More...]
August 28, 2019

Meet a Pitzer Student: Jan Bragado ’20

Jan Bragado ’20, a combined major in International Intercultural Studies and Sociology with a minor in Italian studies, talks about her time as a student at Pitzer College, her experience with Pitzer's diversity program, and her continued pursuit to improve access and equity to higher education.
August 14, 2019
In the News Phil Zuckerman, Professor of Socioligy
"Op-Ed: Mike Huckabee ties mass shootings to an absence of faith in God. Social science proves him wrong"
, 08.11.19
In the News
"Nordstrom vs. Nordstrom’s: Why do we confuse company names?"
Marketplace, 08.08.19
In the News Professor Susan Phillips
"Why good old graffiti thrives in the Internet age -- especially in L.A."
Los Angeles Times, 08.07.19