Studying everything from Hong Kong’s democratic autonomy to the nuclear pore complex, students reflect on a summer of research.
From uncanny visuals to a lifeless plot, “Sweet Tooth” is not worth your watch, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 argues.
After a few weeks of classes in tents, students and faculty express con-tent-ment with the benefits of outdoors classrooms.
How can high-risk activities such as singing survive during a pandemic? Music professors have tackled this question through uniquely shaped masks, social distancing, and practicing outdoors.
Feeling cooped up at home after a semester of online learning, London Lordos SC ’24 moved to a farm for the spring semester — entering a world of cow cuddling, beekeeping and hoedowns.
OPINION: We should reflect on our experience during the pandemic so we can enter a post-pandemic world as better people, writes Phillip Kong PO ’24.
Though health experts and fellow students have warned of the dangers of traveling and moving back to Claremont, some students have no choice but to move or have chosen to return regardless. Here are some things to know if you’re moving to Claremont for the spring semester.
Students that recently moved to Claremont must respect their new communities by preventing the spread of COVID, argues Uma Nagarajan-Swenson SC ’22.
The Claremont Colleges will require students to get a flu vaccine if they’re allowed to return to campus for the spring 2021 semester, per new campus reopening protocol.
As the United States continues to report record numbers of new daily COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, TSL sat down with Nicole M. Gatto, an associate professor of public health at Claremont Graduate University, to discuss the surge in cases and governmental response.