Despite Claremont McKenna touting itself as one of the “happiest colleges,” the reality for many students, especially marginalized students, is anything but happy.
With the 2028 Olympics set to be hosted in the city, Los Angeles needs a way to raise money for city improvements and cut traffic. Congestion taxes might do the trick.
People refusing to vaccinate themselves and their children has lead to measles outbreaks all over the country. There’s no reason this had to happen and there should be no tolerating it, either.
In the wake of multiple indictments and plea deals concerning a college admissions cheating ring, it’s important to remember that the disability accommodations system isn’t to blame.
In the wake of a rash of thefts on campus, Pomona needs to reinforce the amount of security features it has on campus in order to protect its students.
Astrology is bunk. It’s also a terrible excuse for one’s bad behavior and a way for people to avoid personal responsibility.
Unequal media attention gives some candidates an unfair advantage in public opinion. It’s time we change that.
Pitzer President Melvin Oliver’s decision to veto the conditional suspension of Pitzer’s study-abroad program at the University of Haifa highlights the institutional targeting of Palestinian students and identity.
India, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is already an autocracy. But its current government controls people’s lives without granting them the peace and safety they are promised.
The push to suspend the study abroad program at the University of Haifa unfairly targets Israel and Jewish students, ignores the similar human rights violations of other countries, and denies students a chance to learn in a multicultural environment.