A CMC student writes of how they are still unable to enter the Athenaeum due to the triggering effect that Laura Kipnis’ event last October had on them as a survivor of sexual assault.
Much like a shark, the most reliable way for me to make a value judgment of a physical object is to put it in my mouth. Unlike a shark, I try not to use teeth. With that said, it should come as no surprise that I enjoy essin’ that dee.
I often find myself running into an unwanted, yet necessary explanation as to why I am not currently in my senior year of college. If I had followed the narrow path of graduating in four years, this would be my last semester. It is not. At nearly 22 years
“Black Panther” recently made history by grossing over 700 million in its second weekend at the box office. This success is obviously a huge win for Disney’s profit margins. More importantly, the film’s massive success is a sign that there is a demand for black representation in major Hollywood
Dear Jasper, Everyone seems to only see me as someone they want to hook up with, rather than someone they want to spend time with and get to know. It’s flattering at times, but it’s painful more often. All I want is to find someone to fall in love with
Last week (Feb. 9), an all-white jury in Saskatchewan, Canada found a white farmer named Gerald Stanley not guilty for the murder of Colten Boushie, a Cree man. The case has spurred massive responses across Canada and indigenous communities throughout Turtle Island, the territory of what is now known
“Art is like the pulse and breath of life,” poet Madeline Sy SC ’18 said. “It’s not like it embodies life, but it’s also a reflection of how [the artists] live life.” ArtSmooch, a multidisciplinary art showcase at the Claremont Colleges, will bring together the artwork of students such as
I entered the so-called “front porch” of the dungeon and was immediately inundated with the smell of cigarette smoke and the sound of chatter. People stood around in various states of undress, engrossed in conversation. I looked down at my long skirt and high heels and felt overdressed, but not
Hey Jasper! When do you think are appropriate times to approach someone to talk to them? Everyone always seems so busy and there never seems to be a good time to do so. More broadly, how does one go about initiating a conversation amidst our crazy academic lives? Sincerely, Shy