In the United States, freedom has been poorly defined and executed and needs to be rethought and reimagined to grant equal rights to all.
As students make plans for the fall, Becca Zimmerman PZ ’21 explains why living with friends amid the coronavirus pandemic may be unwise.
Given the current coronavirus outlook, Andy Han PO ’23 argues that students will be unable to avoid online school, even if taking a gap year.
New rules issued by ICE would put many international students at risk. The 5Cs must create strong plans to protect all of their international students.
As the 5Cs discuss options for returning to campus, Aleja Hertzler-McCain PO ’21 urges them to consider marginalized communities nearby.
In light of Scripps College’s decision to drop Sodexo as its dining services provider, Drop Sodexo student organizers reflect on their power.
As China’s national security law for Hong Kong comes in effect, Christopher Tan PZ ’21 reflects on what it means for the city.
Harvey Mudd College’s potential plans for fall reopening shocked many. But of all the colleges’ plans, Mudd’s are the best bet to avoid disaster.
Isabel Evans SC ’23 writes about ‘Harry Potter’ author J.K. Rowling’s transphobic comments, which illuminate flaws with the popular series.
Our duty as a newspaper is to write with objectivity, so we must be unequivocal in declaring that Black lives matter is not a subjective stance, nor should it be. It is undeniably, irrefutably right.