Music columnist Ella Boyd SC ’21 pens an ode to the Chicago alternative rock band Wilco and their new release, “Ode to Joy.” “Filled with their signature stripped down songs, soft vocals and haunting lyrics, Wilco continues to create meaningful music that’s sure to stand the test of time,” she writes.
Pop culture columnist Nadya Siringo Ringo SC ’21 examines the phenomenon of the Subtle Asian Traits Facebook group and the problem of stereotyping and generalizing in its humor.
Under the Lights Theatre Club, hosted its second annual One Act Plays Festival on Nov. 15, featuring plays like “Jubilation, Mississippi.”
The Indigenous Peer Mentor Program and Asian American Resource Center co-hosted an event last week to raise money for the Mauna Kea protests.
Participants in this year’s 47 Hour Film Challenge had to include the library, a “Vine star” and the line “Houston, we have a problem.”
Student artists and organizers from the Asian American Mentor Program held “Untold Stories,” a student art exhibit, at the Hive on Nov. 9.
5C theatre troupe The Green Room put on Sarah DeLappe’s play “The Wolves,” about high school girls today and the complexities of girlhood.
Live Your Best Life Records, a student-run record label based at Pitzer College, represents student musicians around the 5Cs.
Pomona College student Libby George PO ’20 saves on housing costs and gives herself a space to practice music by living out of a bus she renovated this summer.
Triangle potatoes, tater tots, home fries, oh my! With only so many options and so few meal swipes, Erin Slichter PO ’21 investigates where best to eat breakfast.