TSL’s Editorial Board calls on Claremont Graduate University to revoke its Jan. 7 statement that qualified senators’ and representatives’ recent claims of election fraud as “legitimate points.”
Our duty as a newspaper is to write with objectivity, so we must be unequivocal in declaring that Black lives matter is not a subjective stance, nor should it be. It is undeniably, irrefutably right.
The 5Cs’ delays in announcing grading policies add more stress to students’ already-heavy burdens, TSL’s Editorial Board writes.
Pomona barred students and reporters from a faculty meeting to decide coronavirus grading policy. This is unacceptable.
We can’t prevent Coronavirus from drastically affecting our school year, but we can do our best to prevent it from spreading more.
Several of the Claremont Colleges have policies restricting employee communication . This hurts everyone — but students most of all.
As student journalists, we work to keep the campus informed about what’s going on. But we can’t do our jobs if we’re kept from accessing basic information.
A look back at who and what TSL’s covered this year — and how we’re trying to make our coverage more equitable.
Student newsrooms exist to cover student voices. All we ask in return is to be adequately funded.
Today, Pitzer College committed an egregious assault on the free press by banning a college media site from covering the upcoming Haifa vote.