After a year of trying to take DIII sports seriously, TSL’s sports editors have finally lost it. We’ve brought back what used to be a weekly column titled “Sagehen Briefs,” expanded it to both programs, and made it slightly less PC but much more entertaining.
Changing Cinema: The disastrous marketing campaign that caused ‘Babylon’ to flop
Babylon’s marketing was the reason behind its box office failure, according to film columnist Peter Dien CM ’25.
5k Dream Run provides footing for undocumented students
Students are running in a 5k Dream Run to raise money for undocumented students and their academic dreams.
In the season’s final sprint, CMS track and field is looking to run it back
Hurdling the competition, CMS Track and Field is leaving the SCIAC in the dust as both the Athenas and the Stags are looking for back to back conference titles.
Sagehens in the majors: Arizona Diamondbacks coach Drew Hedman PO ’09 is bringing DIII to the MLB
Sagehens, Sox, and Snakes: Arizona Diamondbacks assistant hitting coach Drew Hedman PO ’09 speaks with TSL on his career in baseball.
Known as the most expensive club sport on campus, men’s lacrosse is hoping to change their image
Due-ing the most. Despite the highest financial commitment of any club sport at the 5Cs, through financial aid and external funding, the Claremont Cougars are hoping to shed lacrosse’s image of exclusivity.
Q&A: Kaliyah Keïta PO ’24 on advocacy, community and history at the Women’s Union
Following Women’s History Month in March, TSL sat down with Kaliyah Keïta PO ’24, a staff member at the Women’s Union (WU) at Pomona College to get an insider’s perspective on what equality, advocacy and the future of intersectional feminism means to the WU.
SJP relaunches campaign to suspend Pitzer Haifa study abroad program
On Thursday, March 30, Claremont Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) relaunched their academic boycott campaign to suspend Pitzer College’s direct enrollment study abroad program with the University of Haifa in Israel. SJP held the relaunch at Pitzer’s Grove House, where over 40 students and community members gathered to listen
The weight of the weigh-in: How women ended a misogynistic Pomona tradition, 50 years ago
Around 50 years ago, the women of Pomona College banded together to end a long-standing misogynistic first-year hazing ritual known as the “Weigh-In” that the men’s football team had kept alive by touting it as Pomona “tradition.”
Myrlie Evers-Williams PO ’68 celebrates 90th birthday at Pomona
On March 22, Pomona College held a 90th birthday tribute to celebrate civil rights activist Myrlie Evers-Williams PO ’68. Family, friends, alumni and staff were invited, along with Evers-Williams, to view the archival collection that she recently donated to the college and to hear from a variety of important figures