Are the Claremont Colleges educationally equitable? Not until the Student Disability Resource Center is better funded, writes Annika White PZ ‘25.
College students have lots to worry about, but finding period products shouldn’t be the cause of their panic, argues Zeean Firmeza PO ’26.
Admissions brochures are full of “diversity” photos. But until colleges can promise on-campus inclusivity, such representation is unethical, argues Ashley Park CM ‘25.
There’s nothing wrong with being a fan. But, when adoration turns into idolization, conception of celebrities becomes unhealthy, writes Shay Suresh CMC ’24.
The trope that Scripps classes are easy isn’t a “fun stereotype,” writes Eliza Powers PO ‘25 – it’s highly sophisticated coded misogyny.
For international students, first-year orientation is intensely overwhelming – but it doesn’t have to be that way, writes Vivian Wang CM ‘26.
Students with sicknesses other than COVID are often overlooked. Professors should revisit their sick policies if they truly care, argues Anna Tolkein CMC ’24.
The lack of trees at the Claremont Colleges exacerbates heat and hinders community — so let’s plant more, writes Aaron Matsuoka PZ ’26.
Amidst a nationwide attack on reproductive rights, it’s time for the 5Cs to step up and equip students with free reproductive health care, writes Ashley Park CM ’25.
In order to be a more inclusive environment, the 5Cs must recognize diversity of ability and provide better accessibility, writes Max Zonana PO ’26.