LINES, the 5C’s ski and snowboard club, is bringing snow to students’ sunny semesters, growing a winter sports community and providing trips to Big Bear and Mammoth Mountain.
Heels dance classes, taught at the Sallie Tiernan Field House every Tuesday night, are helping students stand a little taller — and not just because of the heels. The classes, members say, promote body positivity and self-empowerment.
Building Leaders on Campus, a student-led organization aiming to enhance the campus experience of male students of color, is being revitalized this semester, reaching more students and enhancing its alumni outreach.
Shine created Juicebox, a solar powered micro-grid that provides light, electricity and heat for communities affected by natural disaster.
On Feb. 29, the Claremont Chinese Student Association held its annual Spring Festival Gala, where students celebrated the Year of the Rat.
Lillian Perlmutter SC ’21 explores the experience of returning from abroad and feeling like life doesn’t quite fit together the same.
Music columnist Ella Boyd SC ’21 assesses the impact of musician Pop Smoke’s influence on the New York drill music scene after his death. “Almost with Nietzsche-esque transcendence of good and evil, Pop Smoke played by his own rules, and he won through creating a lasting legacy in the eye of the music industry and general population,” she writes.
Nina Potischman PO ’21 critiques Sarah Manguso’s “The Two Kinds of Decay” and the need to extract meaning from experiences of chronic illness.
Gabe Fisher CMC ’21 discusses the pitfalls of studying abroad at a university where lectures are large and office hours are not commonplace.
TV columnist Claire DuMont SC ’23 reckons with her inability to watch series finales, and whether or not the fear even matters in the age of streaming and binge-watching.