As technology continues to become a more predominant aspect of everyday life, Harvey Mudd College has joined over 500 CEOs, university presidents and nonprofit leaders in asking U.S. governors and education leaders to provide computer science (CS) learning opportunities for all students.
College students have lots to worry about, but finding period products shouldn’t be the cause of their panic, argues Zeean Firmeza PO ’26.
Domestic labor, despite being institutionally categorized as innately enjoyable work, is ultimately the most “serious” form of work imaginable and should not be overlooked, argues Eliza Powers PO ‘25.
Rereading books can be a bad idea but revisiting “Fangirl” isn’t, argues book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24.
The Harvey Mudd honor code is under threat, and infractions may have a bigger impact than we realize, argues Serena Mao HM ’25.
A return to campus has brought new challenges coupled with romanticized expectations, says Abby Loiselle PO ’23.
With the semester online this fall, three seniors reflect on taking the gap semester rather than spend senior traditions online.
As students make plans for the fall, Becca Zimmerman PZ ’21 explains why living with friends amid the coronavirus pandemic may be unwise.
Lillian Perlmutter SC ’21 explores the experience of returning from abroad and feeling like life doesn’t quite fit together the same.
Nina Potischman PO ’21 critiques Sarah Manguso’s “The Two Kinds of Decay” and the need to extract meaning from experiences of chronic illness.