Two years after the 5Cs sent students home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the editorial board asks what it means to truly come together and build a more resilient community.
On top of pandemic restrictions, Muslim students observing Ramadan must navigate finals during the holiday. While all 5Cs offer accommodations to students who ask, some Muslim students argue it’s not enough.
By approaching apologies through the lens of restorative justice, we place value in growth over retribution, writes Stella Favaro PO ’23.
With its focus on a nomadic woman’s solitary journey west, “Nomadland” may appear to be about only individualism — but in reality, it’s mainly about community, Claire DuMont SC ’23 writes.
The Hygge Club at Scripps College has worked to foster community during the pandemic, creating a close-knit space for students to be together.
On Feb. 29, the Claremont Chinese Student Association held its annual Spring Festival Gala, where students celebrated the Year of the Rat.
East Sixth Street, a creative online magazine for all artists in Claremont, was founded last year by co-executive editors Lena Proctor CM ’21 and Elton Smole CM ’21, along with a group of their friends. After one year, they have expanded into holding regular live events for the 5C community,
I arrived at Pomona College on a Saturday last August having traveled 2,000 miles from home, familiar with practically no one on campus and terrified of the journey I was about to start. Two days later, I hopped on a bus and spent four days backpacking in Sequoia National Park.
Orientation Adventure will still have the same trips, it will just be for sophomores — so moving it isn’t a big deal, right? Wrong: This simple move will completely change the dynamics of orientation, effectively cancelling OA and replacing it with a sophomore shadow of itself. The transition to college
This year, a new Residential Vibrancy Initiative is redefining party culture at Scripps College, which was previously known as a quiet campus at the 5Cs. The initiative is focused on strengthening community among Scripps students, Assistant Dean and Director of Campus Life Brenda Ice wrote in an email to TSL.