Claremont-Pomona Local Green Power, a non-profit working to build solar panels, demonstrates why solutions in the Green New Deal must be local.
Donald Trump’s military policy is eerily similar to George H. W. Bush’s “American Exceptionalism,” a mindset that ended badly for everyone.
Even though the Colleges provide accommodations for disabled students, the lack of any sort of disability cultural programming is alienating.
Despite Pomona College’s promise to first-generation and low income students to support their financial needs, FLI students are too often left with no help to buy hundreds of dollars of textbooks.
Some problems don’t rank highly enough for therapy. For those, there’s always late-night, heartfelt posts on Instagram.
Duo, the two-factor authentication program some of the Claremont Colleges use, is annoying. It’s also completely necessary for good security.
Claremont McKenna College gave its students free access to the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. More colleges need to do this.
Scripps’ inaction on sustainability efforts contradicts its mission as a liberal arts college, discrediting its self-prescribed identity as a leader in building a just society for its students.
Diversity, complex as it may be, must include an ideological component in order to properly represent the wide variety of identities people hold.
A look back at who and what TSL’s covered this year — and how we’re trying to make our coverage more equitable.