While STEM subjects are great, the humanities and social sciences deserve to be recognized too, writes Zeean Firmeza PO ’26.
We need to rethink writer’s block, and acknowledge that it’s not inherently a bad thing, writes Yifei Cheng PO ’24.
The Claremont Colleges must devote more resources to female students’ academic development and to programs that confront systemic challenges in academia, argues Yutong Niu PO ’23.
Pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 reviews the authenticity of the world of academia presented in Netflix’s “The Chair.”
Academic writing is plagued by inaccessible language and jargon that raises up walls around academia, says Ryan Lillestrand PZ ’23.
OPINION: The 5Cs should provide students with the opportunity to major or minor in disability studies, says Luciénne Reyes PZ ’24.
Philosophy, much to the chagrin of the scientistic intelligentsia, is inescapable. The study of life’s animating questions protects the mind against the tyranny of common opinion, certainty, and the pitfalls of post-truth politics. Philosophy should be taught in the elementary, middle, and high school curriculum. It’s an inexpensive way to
The student bodies of many colleges today look more like America as a whole than ever before, and Pomona College has every reason to boast about its relative success. Recently ranked as the most diverse undergraduate institution in America by Niche, Pomona has attracted ethnically diverse students from all 50