This past weekend Spotlight MT, the 5C student-run musical theater club, connected past and present with its production of “Spring Awakening.” A coming of age musical about young teenagers newly exploring their bodies without adult guidance, the show covers lightning-rod topics such as abortion, sexual violence and suicide.
All public universities will be required to provide on-campus access to abortion pills, but the 5Cs have no intention to follow suit.
With ever greater efforts by red states to restrict or outright ban abortion, pro-choice activists should refocus their efforts away from preserving Roe v. Wade and more on enshrining new protections into law, argues Abby Loiselle PO ’23.
Anti-abortion activists used graphic images to stage a demonstration Dec. 10 near the middle of Pomona College’s campus, drawing significant student attention and sparking conversations about the role of protests that employ shocking or disturbing visuals. Four representatives from the California-based nonprofit organization Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, a pro-life