DOS News

Division of Student Affairs May update

May 20, 2016

Message From VP/Dean of Students Jon Jacobsen: With the Class of 2016 commencement complete, another exciting academic year has come to a close. Congratulations to the graduates! We are excited to follow their continuing adventures and are always here to help. While professors turn to summer research and other activities, the Division of Student Affairs […]

Division of Student Affairs April Update

April 14, 2016

Message From VP/Dean of Students Jon Jacobsen: April is a bittersweet month for our division. We are excited to celebrate and honor our graduating seniors, but we are also sad to see them go, especially after four years of collaborating, supporting and watching them grow. Fortunately, once a Mudder, always a Mudder, and we pride […]

Division of Student Affairs March Update

March 22, 2016

Message from the VP/Dean of Students Jon Jacobsen: It is an honor to work with such remarkable students, and we are proud of our division’s efforts to support the College by offering programs, services and resources that help produce ethical leaders who are committed to the well-being of society and the planet. The spring semester […]

Division of Student Affairs February Update

February 22, 2016

Message from the VP/Dean of Students Jon Jacobsen: Last fall, the Division of Student Affairs underwent a comprehensive program review, including a self-study and external review of the entire division, which includes Institutional Diversity, Community Engagement, Health and Wellness, Housing and Residential Life, Career Services, and Student Activities. We had an outstanding review team chaired […]

CMS athletics week in review

April 15, 2015

This past week encompassed many wins for CMS teams. Women’s tennis won matches against Pomona-Pitzer and Caltech. The No. two doubles team of HMC’s Kyla Scott ’18 and Sarah Kukino (CMC ’15) won 8-3.  Scott also won her singles match helping CMS beat Pomona-Pitzer 6-3. For Women’s track and field, both Ellen Seidel ( HMC ’17) […]

CMS Athletics Week in Review

April 9, 2015

First, congratulations to all our winter sports athletes on finishing up their season! In spring sports, Men’s track and field competed in the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational. Justin Jones (HMC ’15) won his section of the 800 with a season best of 1:53.85. Arch Robison (HMC ’18) won his section of the 1,500 with a personal best of 4:16.97. […]

Translating at Intel ISEF

March 26, 2015

In May 2014, I volunteered as a Mandarin Chinese interpreter at Intel’s International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), which took place at the Los Angeles Convention Center. ISEF is a high school level research competition, with more than 1,700 students representing 70 countries competing this year. The competition is segmented into 17 categories, including animal sciences, biochemistry, mathematical sciences, […]

CMS Athletics Week in Review

February 26, 2015

Check out the CMS Website for the full update! Congratulations to all our Fall Sport SCIAC All-Academic Selections! From Men’s Cross Country: Matthew Cook ’15, Kyle Lund ’17, Dan McCabe ’17 From Women’s Soccer: Jacey Coniff ’18, Kelly McConnell ’17, Sara Tweedy ’15 Winter Sports Swimming and Diving Congratulations to Carli Lessard ’17 on winning the SCIAC Diving 3m Competition […]

CMS Sports Update-Feb 12th

February 12, 2015

CMS Week in Review 2/2-2/8/15 Winter Sports The Athena and Stag swim teams finished the regular season with a victory at home over rival Pomona-Pitzer on Senior Day. A total of 11 pool record were broken, including the 3m women’s dive record by sophomore Carli Lessard.   The senior class, including Brett Berger and Sherry […]

CMS Sports Update- Dec 4th

December 4, 2014

To follow all the latest updates with CMS sports, check out the CMS Athletics Website! Fall Sports Roundup With the fall seasons coming to a close, this means athletes are recognized for their performances. On the football team, Sophomore defensive lineman Paul Slaats received 1st Team All-Conference honors with 32 tackles during the season. The strong defense played […]

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