Don’t underestimate the power of a parody like Birds Aren’t Real to help you make sense of a society overflowing with real and dangerous conspiracy theories, writes Annika Reff PO ’25.
A new student band on campus, Drive Thru Therapy has found inspiration and restoration in Phoebe Bridgers, fast food and casual jam sessions.
Thanks to the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, Xiao Jiang PO ’22 will spend next year traveling to explore her passion for Chinatowns.
If you think that summer reading is only for school, book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24 suggests that you think again. It can also be for fun!
True crime fans: be wary of the glamorization of violence, writes TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23.
Film columnist Adam Osman-Krinsky PO ’25 dissects Jerrod Carmichael’s new special “Rothaniel,” explaining how it speaks to the confusion of a post-pandemic society.
Do you drink coffee like it’s water? Food columnist Emily Kim PO ’25 suggests taking a break — from coffee and from stress culture.
Associate Professor of Psychology Sharda Umanath will teach Claremont McKenna College’s first Napier Initiative course, “Effective Learning Across the Lifespan,” which will engage about 12 undergraduates and six elders.
Fusion food is often considered trite, but it is actually a ripe opportunity for new and delicious foods, argues food columnist Sadie Matz ’24.
Although a bit lackluster at times, Marlon James’ “Dark Star Trilogy,” particularly “Black Leopard, Red Wolf,” must be acknowledged for its brilliant structure, according to book columnist Ryan Lillestrand PZ ’23.