Anais Rivero PZ ’22 examines the unequal treatment of characters in Netflix’s new film ‘The Half of It,’ and why praising the film for its representation may be undeserved.
The Democratic establishment is sabotaging Bernie Sanders, and in doing so, is ignoring a campaign powered by the people.
Demanding loyalty and complicity to people who uphold institutionalized prejudice simply because they’re women is not a feminist act.
Pete Buttigieg has recently gained momentum and is one of the leading Democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential primary race. As the election’s poster child for progressive neoliberalism, the 38-year-old former mayor of South Bend, Indiana has branded himself as a fresh, young millennial candidate. Yet, Buttigieg seems to be
Latinidad prioritizes white Latinx identities. To counter this, it should be led by black and indigenous Latinx people.
Mass protests across the world are often reduced down to a few simple factors and solutions. Yet the truth is often much more complex.
Lizzo has strongly impacted body positivity. Unlike Meghan Trainor, she uplifts women of color and refuses to give in to the male gaze.
Conversations need to be had about white fragility. People of color should not be forced to explain what white people have done wrong.
The need-aware admissions system used by Pitzer and Scripps is keeping out low-income students and people of color.
Over 200 students gathered in the Hive Nov. 2 for Pomona Ventures’ second Sparkathon, a seven-hour thinking challenge that enables students of all majors to solve a pressing world problem in small collaborative teams. This time, the challenge was creating a solution to decrease homelessness in Los Angeles. Fabian Fernandez-Han