Spoken Word Poet Kanazi Performs, Advocates for Palestinian Rights

Just three days after the U.S. presidential election, most Claremont students had domestic issues on the brain, but a crowd gathered in the Scripps Humanities Auditorium to hear Palestinian spoken word artist Remi Kanazi talk about the plight of a people thousands of miles away. Throughout the night, Kanazi continued

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Profa Chávez-Silverman Gets Intimate at SOCA

The days before fall break are a hectic time for students. Whether it's rushing to turn in papers or late night studying for midterms before the long weekend, Tuesday's SOCA lounge event proved a welcome respite. Susana Chávez-Silverman, professor of Romance languages and literatures at Pomona College and, in the words of her student Isaac Harris

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“The Return” Sparks Conversation About California’s Three-Strikes Law

Since the 1990s, over 20 states have implemented three-strikes laws mandating harsher court sentences for repeat offenders. Among these laws, California’s was both the most far-reaching and the most controversial version due to the fact that it applied to non-violent and violent crimes alike. In 2012, Proposition 36 marked the first time voters chose to

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