Cross-campus dining can be reopened while keeping COVID-19 spread under control, argues Madison Lewis PO ’24.
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.
What would it cost for you to give up the dorm room you drew on campus? If your price is under $2,000, then Harvey Mudd may have had a proposition for you.
It’s possible to be altruistic without posting on social media, especially when receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, writes London Lordos SC ’24.
Professors at the Claremont Colleges have reestablished an American Association of University Professors advocacy chapter.
Students that recently moved to Claremont must respect their new communities by preventing the spread of COVID, argues Uma Nagarajan-Swenson SC ’22.
Although it may feel like COVID-19 came out of nowhere, the meat industry, among other human practices, created the perfect conditions for new highly infectious diseases to arise. Going vegetarian could help prevent a future pandemic, says Max Proctor CM ’22.
People need to start bringing more awareness to anti-Asian hate crimes during the pandemic; and they need to re-examine the historical biases that shaped Asian Americans’ socioeconomic positions in society, says Jadyn Lee SC ’24.