OPINION: Sexually Transmitted Infections — Something To Investigate

  Student Health Services does an admirable job with several facets of sexual health. Free condoms are easily accessible, ubiquitous in dorm hallways, and obtainable at the Student Health Center. A discreet vending machine at Pomona College’s Walker Hall houses heavily-discounted Plan B, alongside Carmex and razors. Yet, a truly

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No False Choice for Fighting Climate Change

Last week, Hurricane Irma spun through much of the Caribbean Islands and Florida, devastating communities, destroying roads and buildings, and renewing anxieties about climate change. The storm was particularly frightening for a multitude of reasons: its proximity to Hurricanes Harvey, Jose, and Katia; its incredible 400-mile radius; and its record-breaking intensity. While a

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