Jaimie Ding SC ’21 documents the bores and the pleasantries of her self-imposed quarantine at home in Vancouver, Washington. “I realize that without any responsibilities or human beings to interact with, I no longer have to abide by societal norms of when to eat or when to sleep,” she recounts.
Mango lassi, egg waffles, sushi, oh my! The 5C Night Market, held last weekend at Pomona College, showcased student culinary talent and Asian cuisine.
The Claremont Colleges Hindu Society hosted Holi, a religious and cultural festival which includes throwing colors, at Walker Beach.
5C Dance Marathon held its first annual event, Party With A Purpose, to raise funds and awareness for Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.
Food columnist Stephanie Du SC ’21 gives tips to level up in the kitchen, no matter how limited your culinary skills or supplies. “Like any skill, it takes time and practice to improve your cooking. If something doesn’t work on your first try, that’s normal,” she writes.
Music columnist Kyla Walker PO ’22 explores Taylor Swift’s whirlwind transition from political privacy to political activism in “Miss Americana.”
Film columnist Hannah Avalos PO ’21 discusses the French Netflix film “I Lost My Body,” and why it can help viewers who feel purposeless. “‘I Lost My Body’ … teaches us that we’re not beholden to the world. When it seems the whole world is falling apart around us, we can still do something about it,” she writes.
TSL sat down with “Macbeth” assistant director and the cast’s leading duo to discuss the show’s handling of gender, the rehearsal experience and recontextualizing the 1606 play in 2020.
Pomona College’s Seaver Theatre debuted its production of “Macbeth” this Thursday, presenting a chilling and modern take on the 400-year-old play.