Plan B may soon be accessible on Scripps College’s campus after Scripps Associated Students approved funding for a low-cost wellness vending machine in the Scripps Student Union last Sunday. SAS has yet to finalize the budget for the machine, SAS President Megan Chow SC ’23 told TSL in an email.
Many BIPOC and first-generation students lack the proper resources to acclimate to college culture — and Pitzer is no help, writes Daniel Bonilla PZ ‘25.
Pomona’s ultimate meal plan doesn’t treat students with dietary restrictions with respect, argues guest writer Seohyeon Lee PO ’25. To remedy this, dining halls need to up their accessibility game, and medical exemptions must become available.
Pomona College President G. Gabrielle Starr officially joined the ranks of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences at an induction ceremony Sept. 9 to 10, following a year’s delay due to COVID-19. Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Academy was founded in 1780 during the American Revolution by John Adams
Amidst a nationwide attack on reproductive rights, it’s time for the 5Cs to step up and equip students with free reproductive health care, writes Ashley Park CM ’25.
In order to be a more inclusive environment, the 5Cs must recognize diversity of ability and provide better accessibility, writes Max Zonana PO ’26.
The 5Cs have a responsibility to fix the technical and accessibility issues that students experienced during recent course registration, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
OPINION: Kyle Greenspan PZ ’23 argues that everyone at the 5Cs all have a role to play in making entry-level professional experiences more accessible.
Even when the Claremont Colleges are physically accessible — and they’re definitely not — physical accessibility isn’t enough to include disabled students.
Claremont needs to keep accessibility and the needs of disabled community members in mind when designing and implementing building plans.