When Lena Dunham’s HBO show Girls first premiered, critics challenged the Oberlin College alumna’s choice of subject: four white, 20-something women who, according to
I first learned of the Boston Marathon bombings while eating at Frank Dining Hall, when someone at a nearby table answered her phone and
Last week, the Dean of Students and Vice Provost for Student Enrollment at Claremont Graduate University, Fred Siegel, wrote a defense of graduate education.
More than a week has passed since Oscar night, but Hollywood is still trying to pick up the pieces. Despite all the glamour on
During my time at Pomona College, I have learned a lot about privilege. Despite thinking of myself as somewhat informed on the subject, I
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As you may have heard, the world is going to end in fourteen days. The Maya said so. On Dec. 21, something calamitous—nobody is
For eight days earlier this month, tensions flared anew in the Middle East as 158 Palestinians and five Israelis died in hostilities associated with
I imagine the reader’s immediate response to yet another Opinions section headline wheeling out the discursive carcass of political correctness, regardless of context, was
Pomona College’s most historically esteemed dropout, avant-garde visionary John Cage, wrote in a 1991 autobiographical piece that he “was shocked at college to see