Brockhamton’s latest project displays maturation –– but that’s not necessarily for the best, music columnist Mirabella Miller SC ’23 writes.
Dates, a traditional food used to break the daily fast during Ramadan, are a tasty treat for all, food columnist Maryam Khan SC ’23 writes.
This year’s Claremont Zinefest will center queer and trans Asian and Pacific Islander voices, doubling as a fundraiser for two organizations.
Even while online, 5C Science Bus provides elementary-aged students with opportunities to explore science topics through engaging, in-depth activities.
Feeling cooped up at home after a semester of online learning, London Lordos SC ’24 moved to a farm for the spring semester — entering a world of cow cuddling, beekeeping and hoedowns.
As the semester comes to a close, 5C students compare their expectations going into their gap semesters to the reality.
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.