CMS needs to acknowledge its problematic hazing and peer pressure culture, argues former athlete Camille Forte CM ’23.
The trajectory of CMC’s Racial-Ethnic GE proposal underscores the Board of Trustees’ gross outsized influence on curriculum, argues Laleh Ahmad CM ’20.
‘Craw’ is the most appropriate acronym for Pomona’s new athletic center, writes Jasper Davidoff PO ’23. As an aviation association, it should take flight.
BeReal and “casual” Instagram are meant to make social media more authentic — but they’re actually making it more toxic, argues Aaron Matsuoka PZ ’26.
Pomona College is poisoning our environment with toxic rodent control methods, writes Jacob Ligorria PO ’23. They need to find eco-friendly alternatives.
As a student, it’s easy to feel obligated to throw your hat in the ring, writes Vivian Wang CM ‘26. Don’t succumb to the pressure.
“Where are you really from?” Even self-described ‘progressive campuses’ like the 5Cs aren’t exempt from microaggressions, writes Shay Suresh CM ‘24.
Studying abroad is a once-in-a-lifetime-opportunity, writes Anna Tolkien CM ’24. Students should not let anything deter them from applying to it.
Are the Claremont Colleges educationally equitable? Not until the Student Disability Resource Center is better funded, writes Annika White PZ ‘25.
College students have lots to worry about, but finding period products shouldn’t be the cause of their panic, argues Zeean Firmeza PO ’26.