Underneath the glittering wealth and success portrayed in “The Social Network” lies an industry of corruption and exploitation, pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 writes.
With her award-winning educational app Root, Aashna Saraf PO ’21 did the math and got a two-for-one deal: help children in India improve their numeracy skills and complete her psychology thesis.
Criticism of “The Wolf of Wall Street” often stems from issues with its fanbase rather than the movie itself, says TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23.
With school now online, Humans versus Zombies moderators had to create a bite-sized version of the game.
Even as students remain physically separate, 4/7 Day at Pomona College gave them a reason to gather and celebrate virtually.
Marvel movies aren’t bad, per se, they’re just better judged as events than movies, pop culture columnist Caelan Reeves CM ’24 writes.
Pop-punk is making a comeback with a new generation on TikTok; it’s the perfect place for teens to grieve the small things lost to COVID-19, music columnist Mirabella Miller SC ’23 writes.
Pomona professor Sandeep Mukherjee’s multiple-part sculpture plays with color and contours and will be on permanent display at SoFi Stadium.
“2024 Our Story” is a podcast created by Alyssa Wend SC ’24 and Ellen Hu SC ’24 that chronicles their experience starting college during a virtual year.
Book columnist Nina Potischman PO ’21 dives into “The Topeka School,” examining its accurate portrayal of high school debate and surface-level ending.