Sometimes, when you’re struggling to come up with an idea, shutting up can be a powerful way to become inspired.
Reliance on strict schedules and expecting everyone to be perfectly on time reinforces insensitivity towards cultures where 7:00 p.m. isn’t always 7:00 p.m.
Cameron Tipton PO ’20 shares an open letter to the boy who ghosted them: “The thing is, I get where you’re coming from. Maybe you were closeted. Maybe you didn’t like me. Maybe you were just making excuses to avoid hurting my feelings. But ignoring someone’s existence is fifty shades of messed up. Deep down, I can’t help but hope you understand that.”
Cancel culture doesn’t solve any problems. Ignorace should be approached with education, not rejection from a community.
If you identify as straight, you should think twice before stealing queer fashion trends. You might be guilty of more than you think.
The problem isn’t the sativa; it’s you, Jerry. Please stop making smoking weed your entire personality — it’s annoying.
Some problems don’t rank highly enough for therapy. For those, there’s always late-night, heartfelt posts on Instagram.
Love’s not all it’s cracked up to be and we shouldn’t take so much stock in it.
Oh, the Claremont Colleges. When I think of the 5Cs, a few general ideas come to mind: diversity, longboards, Foucault and squirrels. Perhaps these
Pomona’s refusal to grant leniency in rescinding admissions to students whose grades dropped after significant hardship signals the college’s priorities.