As the 5Cs prepare to return to campus, the Editorial Board writes, chaos and confusion will be the default unless administrators work to prioritize clarity.
With virtual commencement approaching, guest writer Gabe Abdellatif PO ’21 writes on the collective loss experienced by the class of 2021.
Modern anti-Asian violence like the Atlanta Spa Shootings must be understood in the historical context of oppression and resistance, argues Chris Meng PO ’23.
OPINION: Climate activists should not reject policy to mitigate global warming based on who supports it, writes Ben Reicher PO ’22.
The Claremont Autism Center should support neurodiversity and autism acceptance to benefit their autistic clients, Luciénne Reyes PZ ’24 writes.
OPINION: We should not shame people based on their sleep schedule, writes Mishaal Ijaz SC ’24.
OPINION: workers ought to reject the gamification of their workplaces, as they are often just a way to overwork employees, writes Nick Black PO ’24.
OPINION: We should reflect on our experience during the pandemic so we can enter a post-pandemic world as better people, writes Phillip Kong PO ’24.
Improving our public transportation is very important for reducing inequality, writes Rakesh Peddibhotla PZ ’24.
OPINION: Kyle Greenspan PZ ’23 argues that everyone at the 5Cs all have a role to play in making entry-level professional experiences more accessible.