Pop culture columnist Nadya Siringo Ringo SC ’21 talks the trend of clown memes and what it says about the newest generation of internet users. “Nowadays, the clown isn’t a subject but rather a reflection of the fools we see in ourselves and others. The memes capitalize on the universality of mistakes and false hope — they rebuff viewers for striving toward something that leads to worthless results but validates them at the same time,” she writes.
JPEGMAFIA’s boundary-pushing music channels humor and poeticism, earning him the label of “genre-defying noisemaker.”
Wuss poppin’ explains the various feelings that the crying-laughing emoji embodies, including both ends of the happy-sad spectrum.
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Are you looking to get more credits or explore more subjects? 5C students can register for summer session courses at Pitzer College.
After being insulted because of her Muslim identity, Malak Afaneh PO ’21 established an apparel business known as Rosie the Hijabi.
The International Festival had it all — there were traditional foods, fun activities and live performances of music and dance.
On March 28, the South Asian community of the 5Cs and friends came together for Sanskriti, a night of dance, song, poetry and romance.
The “Mortal Kombat” games are, first and foremost, incredibly violent. Their trademark “Fatalities” are gory waterworks of blood spewing out of every body part
Don’t judge a book by its cover. It sounds like an old, tired cliché, but when it comes to study abroad, it is certainly