Colleges have a responsibility to provide institutional support to Division III women’s athletes to help them make up for disparities in donations and networking opportunities, argues Madison Lewis PO ’23.
Allowing yourself to get lost in an unfamiliar place is a truly enlightening experience that everyone should have at least once, writes Willa Frank PO ’25.
Owning a cat has often underappreciated benefits for your mental health, writes Mishaal Ijaz SC ’24.
Similarities between the 1968 and 2020 Pitzer College Black Student Union’s addresses are testament to the lack of development in support for Black students, argues Luciénne Reyes PZ ’24.
Fighting climate change requires renewed focus on protecting Indigenous peoples’ sovereignty, and a reckoning with how our colleges and other institutions may be invested in fossil fuel projects that threaten Indigenous land rights, argues guest columnist Ethan Vitaz PZ ’22.
We should break the stigma around ‘oversharing’ and feel encouraged to share our real feelings with those we trust, argues Shay Suresh CM ’24.
A proposal to raise the minimum age at which California juveniles can be tried as adults is only scratching the surface of the complete transformation the state’s juvenile justice system badly needs, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
Lack of action on the national level requires local communities to step up mutual aid efforts to protect the most vulnerable from the effects of climate change, argues Nicholas Black PO ’24.
Our culture around science allows pharmaceutical companies to exploit us unquestioned, argues Sae Furukawa PO ’25.
The Harvey Mudd honor code is under threat, and infractions may have a bigger impact than we realize, argues Serena Mao HM ’25.