Because of its inconsistency with discussing race and culture, season two of “Bridgerton” continues the first season’s failure at genuinely portraying a post-racial society, argue Sridha Chadalavada PO ’24 and Anuradha Krishnan PO ’24.
Someone’s culture is not your accessory or prop; understand the context and significance to appreciate and not appropriate, argues Shay Suresh CM ’24.
With a reputation for being stressful and competitive, has recruiting for CMC’s consulting groups turned a new leaf?
Making a genuine effort to pronounce a person’s name correctly is a crucial sign of respect for their unique identity, writes Mishaal Ijaz SC ’24.
Role models that students are exposed to upon entering college are crucial for the development of a culture of responsible drinking on campus, writes Serena Mao HM ’25.
Lillian Perlmutter SC ’21 examines the origin of the word “chaotic” and the significance of its frequent use in Claremont queer dating circles. “For some, to be chaotic, to attract and emit unwieldy intensity — is a magnetic, magical quality, like being the human equivalent of a third tequila shot,” she writes.
The Claremont Colleges Hindu Society hosted Holi, a religious and cultural festival which includes throwing colors, at Walker Beach.
Music columnist Kyla Walker PO ’22 explores Taylor Swift’s whirlwind transition from political privacy to political activism in “Miss Americana.”
TV columnist Claire DuMont SC ’23 reckons with her inability to watch series finales, and whether or not the fear even matters in the age of streaming and binge-watching.
McConnell Dining Hall prepared food for the Black History Month Annual Lunch, which was designed to showcase diasporic food and culture.