‘Black’ and ‘African American’ are not interchangeable, writes Annika White PZ ’25. Do better.
Author: Annika White
OPINION: Let’s normalize eating alone in the dining halls
Between classes, extracurriculars and study sessions, meals are often the only true breaks in our day, writes Annika White PZ ’25. So why are we so afraid of spending them alone?
OPINION: The Student Disability Resource Center is failing us
Are the Claremont Colleges educationally equitable? Not until the Student Disability Resource Center is better funded, writes Annika White PZ ‘25.
OPINION: For Black women, the slap heard around the world wasn’t senseless
The Will Smith/Chris Rock debate is overlooking the violence and harmful prejudices embodied in Rock’s joke about Jada Smith, writes Annika White PZ ’25.
OPINION: Isolated students are being shut out of the 5C learning community
Pitzer College and the other 5Cs must ensure that all quarantined students have a way to access class virtually, instead of leaving it up to individual students and professors to arrange, writes Annika White PZ ’25.