People need to be more aware of the impact of their Halloween costume choice, argues guest writer Jada Shavers SC ’26.
Someone’s culture is not your accessory or prop; understand the context and significance to appreciate and not appropriate, argues Shay Suresh CM ’24.
“The White Lotus” is a striking representation of the privilege present in the tourism industy, pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 argues.
“UK-pop,” a proposed counter to the success of K-pop, perfectly encapsulates white encroachment on non-white art and fame.
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
Oh, what a week it’s been. Who would’ve imagined at the beginning of the semester that Claremont McKenna College would be on the cusp of what looks like a cultural revolution? Not me, that’s for sure. In just four days, the Claremont Colleges student body—fueled by a widely-shared snapshot of two Halloween “mariachis”