For freshmen around the country, the first week of school is filled with anxiety. As if they didn’t have enough on their plate, first years at the 5Cs also had to worry about the first hurricane to hit Californian shores in 84 years! Freshman columnist Andrew Barber reflects on the hype around Hurricane Hillary and whether and whether it lived up to everyone’s expectations.
For seniors, spring is a time for reflection: on friendships, on academics, and, for one TSL columnist, on dating dos and don’ts. Our sex columnist reminisces on walks of shame before walking the graduation stage.
Overwhelmed with juggling classwork, extracurriculars and other commitments with a social life? Health and wellness columnist Sydney Lee CM ’22 recommends taking these steps.
“2024 Our Story” is a podcast created by Alyssa Wend SC ’24 and Ellen Hu SC ’24 that chronicles their experience starting college during a virtual year.
Meghan Condas SC ’22 talks about receiving old-fashioned dating advice from her mother and how her relationship with hookup culture has evolved.
This week’s Career Corner goes over the ins and outs of writing cover letters, from what content to include to how to spice up the letter.
Whether you’re staying in Claremont or going home, here are some ideas to help bust your boredom over break without busting the bank.
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Q: “I’m miserable here. I have friends and I like class and I have a job and I really am trying to have a perfect college experience but I’m incredibly sad and I don’t know how to fix it. Help?” A: As I was reading your question, the first