TSL aims to represent a diversity of communities within our staff and our coverage. But doing that effectively begins with an understanding of who’s been comfortable in our newsroom now and in the past — and who hasn’t felt as welcome. Our presence in the predominantly white space of the
Looking back on their journeys leading 5C Black student organizations, Paris Primm PZ ’22 and Sydney Catherine Jackson SC ’23 affirm the need for more institutional support.
The 5Cs have a responsibility to fix the technical and accessibility issues that students experienced during recent course registration, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
We need more support and research targeted toward APIDA communities, who suffer from greater mental health stigma and bicultural stress, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
A proposal to raise the minimum age at which California juveniles can be tried as adults is only scratching the surface of the complete transformation the state’s juvenile justice system badly needs, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
The Orange County oil spill provides further evidence that California must end all offshore oil drilling in the state, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
The reactions to a hateful comment recently reported at Pitzer are a reminder that conversations about prejudice must start from a place of support for and centering of marginalized individuals’ voices, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
Many students and other entry-level workers don’t have the luxury of choosing a job that precisely aligns with their ethical principles, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
The emphasis on financial education as a strategy to reduce economic inequality is a false solution that blames poor people for situations often beyond their control, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
Preventing others from using words that most people don’t find offensive is not an effective way to fight discrimination, writes Kenny Le PZ ’25.