The trope that Scripps classes are easy isn’t a “fun stereotype,” writes Eliza Powers PO ‘25 – it’s highly sophisticated coded misogyny.
Domestic labor, despite being institutionally categorized as innately enjoyable work, is ultimately the most “serious” form of work imaginable and should not be overlooked, argues Eliza Powers PO ‘25.
Even the most heated arguments can actually be an indicator of a truly strong and lasting friendship, writes Eliza Powers PO ’25.
Music derided as “basic” is often that which celebrates the resilience and power of women while challenging the existing culture intent on devaluing them, writes Eliza Powers PO ‘25.
It’s time we recognize the potential for queer-coded characters to be meaningful to the queer community while recognizing the harmful motives behind “queerbaiting”, writes Eliza Powers PO ‘25.
The 5C Dungeons and Dragons Club gives players the freedom to be anyone — which some use to explore gender and political structures.
In a compelling act of reclaiming her own past, Kristen Stewart powerfully embodies the People’s Princess’ nuances in “Spencer,” for which she deserves an Academy Award, argues Eliza Powers PO ’25.
Stitching together numbers from “Legally Blonde” to “Spring Awakening,” the upcoming cabaret “Don’t Tell Mama” from musical theater group Spotlight MT aims to be an inclusive project both on stage and behind the scenes.
During an often awkward return to in-person activities, “Circle Mirror Transformation” is the perfect play to explore the dynamic of strangers growing together. The Pomona College production will run from Oct. 7-10 at the Seaver Theatre.
When you think of “The Bachelor,” feminism probably doesn’t come to mind. Nevertheless, season seven subverts itself, with contestants standing up for each other and taking matters into their own hands, guest columnist Eliza Powers PO ’25 asserts.