Nikolai Gogol’s satirical play “The Government Inspector” is being showcased at Pomona College’s Seaver Theatre from Nov. 15-18. Directed by Giovanni Ortega, Pomona assistant
Being alone is scary. Being seen alone is even more terrifying because of the negative associations and social stigma society has attached to solitude.
People buzzed around the numerous stalls, holding Thai boba tea in one hand and beef empanadas in the second. Others crowded around the stalls,
Between a love triangle, traditional folk dances, Urdu poetry, and classical instruments, this year’s Sanskriti was a colorful whirlwind that celebrated South Asian culture.
This past Wednesday, poet and writer Matt Sedillo came to Harvey Mudd College to speak about his work and perform some spoken word poetry
The Impossible Burger aims to give consumers exactly that — the impossible. Made entirely from plants, the burger patty attempts to emulate the taste
“I’m a lesbian,” I shouted alongside my fellow audience members. For one night, I was a sister of the Susan B. Anthony Society for
More than a dozen pies filled the tables at Claremont’s annual Pie Festival March 17. Pie options ranged from lemon meringue to French mocha
It’s 12:08 p.m., and I’m in class, anxiously waiting for lunchtime. As I’m drifting off, I look over the shoulder of one of my
Just after graduating high school, Chantal Balta SC ’21 received a call from her private flute teacher. The Air National Guard’s band, a federal