David De Souza PO ’24 believes that Claremont students have a unique responsibility in the fight for climate justice.
Birkenstocks are ubiquitous at the 5Cs – but why do students here like them so much? Gus Gingrich PO ‘24 investigates the appeal behind the German sandals in his latest article.
Upperclassmen have helped Lizette Gonzalez PO ’27 feel at home at the 5Cs, and questions why the administration didn’t step up.
On Thursday, Claremont McKenna College’s (CMC) Dreier Roundtable hosted a student debate on drug legalization titled “Should all drugs be legalized?” The event provided a $750 cash prize for the winning team, which argued on the affirmative side, and a $150 consolation cash prize for the losing team. The debate
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.
Fizz is the hub of all things 5Cs. Although perfect for memes and mindless scrolling, Anjali Suva PO ’27 wonders whether it’s giving us a disproportionately pessimistic view of our college experiences.
In response to a TSL article last week highlighting the benefits of walking barefoot, Rowan Gray CM ’26 has to put his foot down.
On Friday, Sept. 15, more than 40 students, faculty and residents of Claremont gathered on Walker Beach for a climate rally in coordination with protests planned around 54 countries. As a part of the September 15 Day Against Climate rally led by the Fridays for Future campaign, rally organizers and
5C improv troupe Underground Theatrical Institute (UTI) performed their first show of the semester, “First Day of Kindergarten,” at Dom’s Lounge on Sept. 14. Actors drew from popular culture and 5C stereotypes and riffed off each other’s jokes in various acts.
For the past two years, professors across the Claremont Colleges have been trying out a new form of teaching and learning style called “Care-First Classrooms.” Courses implementing this program use non-punitive practices to create an environment that is more accessible and enjoyable for all students. This semester, there are 19