Anjali Suva PO ’26 makes the case for why professors should encourage celebrating Halloween.
Sara Cawley SC ’26 asks that we work to change the narrative that overcoming is necessary when living with mental illness.
From refugee and humanitarian crises to cyber security issues, our society faces more challenges than ever before. To tackle these modern challenges, we need modern solutions — and oftentimes, science has the answer. The number of women in STEM has been steadily increasing, with a 31 percent increase between 2011
Dania Anabtawi PO ’26 and University of Vermont sophomore Ayelet Kaminski push their peers and institutions to acknowledge Palestinian voices.
TW: This article contains mentions of eating disorders and food restrictions. Today, I’m going to talk about the second most dangerous white powder on campus. Unlike the first most dangerous, which is a bit tricky to get unless you have the right friends, this one is everywhere: added sugar. And
What’s in a name? Vaidehi Srinivasan PO ’27 says it’s up to you to decide.
Climate change can feel inevitable. Joanne Oh PZ ’25 is here to say we can still fight back, especially with our resources as students at the 5Cs.
From BookTok to The New York Times, commentary over InstaPoetry (mostly negative, at that) has surprised Corina Yi PO ’27.
“What are you majoring in?” Lizette Gonzalez PO ’27 has advice about finding pride in one’s passion-driven major, despite people’s reactions to it.
The snaking glass sculpture in Mid-Quad is a controversial new addition to CMC’s campus. Kahani Malhotra CM ’27 proclaims her ardent love for the art piece, and asks critics to hear her out on why they should appreciate it too.