The Claremont Independent’s criticism of an event for black queer students underscores why closed and exclusive spaces and events are necessary.
Pitzer College is banning The Claremont Independent from attending Thursday’s College Council vote on Haifa.
Today, Pitzer College committed an egregious assault on the free press by banning a college media site from covering the upcoming Haifa vote.
Some articles linked in this story contain explicit references to rape, genocide, and Islamophobia. On Monday, Sept. 18, I was invited into a secret Facebook group called “U PC BREAUX” that peddled in memes making light of rape, genocide, and acts of terror. On Tuesday, I archived six months’ worth of
Three Pitzer College students received harrassment and death threats following national news attention on a mural they painted reading “White Girl, Take Off Your Hoops,” on the college’s free art space. According to Jacquelyn Aguilera PZ ’19, one of the artists, the piece came from desires for self-healing through art and to start a conversation
Right-wing college journalists have developed a highly effective modus operandi for getting the maximum amount of fame and notoriety from a controversial article. We all know the drill. The journalists zero in on an aspect of so-called ‘PC culture’ that seems excessive. They write and produce an easy-to-digest article, often
The Pomona Student Union (PSU) held a discussion on Nov. 28 about conservatives at the Claremont Colleges. The discussion, held in Walker Lounge at Pomona College, had about 15 attendees, including three staff members of the Claremont Independent, a conservative-leaning publication on campus. PSU board member Audrey Jang PO ‘19 began