The generous Great Rooms connect to gourmet kitchens and the California Room extends the living space to the outdoors (per plan).
A ghost wearing a long white nightgown makes her appearance in this old cemetery every Friday night, between 10PM and midnight.
Many early columnists used HBO's "Sex in the City" as a template, and as the franchise faded from screens, sex columnists did too.
Recently, college sexual assault and rape have become hot-button topics, and some undergraduates say that they are reluctant to take a seemingly frivolous approach to a sensitive topic.
This Mennonite ghost lays flowers on the grave on one of her children that died in the Diphtheria epidemic.
She may have also committed suicide in her own life.
Remaining anonymous "makes it easier for me to express myself," she said, "and it won't come back to bite me in the future."Administrators at the Claremont Colleges have never protested any columns, but other schools have threatened to stop advertising over sexual content.
"It was never about what I did last night," she said.College Park includes multiple neighborhood parks and is in close proximity to 140-acre Ayala Park as well as Prado Regional Park featuring fishing, golf, horseback riding and camping.Onsite amenities include a private, resort-inspired recreation center with fitness facility, swimming pools and splash park, barbecue and picnic areas, and fireplace lounge."There's definitely a PR concern," said Lee, who added that he gets requests from alumni who ask him to remove stories they wrote as undergraduates from the paper's website.(Daily Trojan editors have a policy of not taking stories down).One reason the Claremont Colleges' sex column may have had such a long run, dating back almost a decade, is that the feature has always been anonymous.