5C improv troupe Underground Theatrical Institute (UTI) performed their first show of the semester, “First Day of Kindergarten,” at Dom’s Lounge on Sept. 14. Actors drew from popular culture and 5C stereotypes and riffed off each other’s jokes in various acts.
For seniors, spring is a time for reflection: on friendships, on academics, and, for one TSL columnist, on dating dos and don’ts. Our sex columnist reminisces on walks of shame before walking the graduation stage.
Hey Claremont crushes, long time no see! Let’s be honest: first dates are terrifying. Without further ado, I bestow upon you a list I sometimes wish I had tattooed on my arm: 36 conversation-starting questions — each one individually tested and proven to start conversation — for fighting the first date fright.
Sex columnist Sleepless on Sixth Street walks through the five factors that foster attraction and weighs the pros and cons of playing hard to get.
Harvey Mudd freshies should take their time to start dating, and first prioritize adjusting to college life and academics, argues Serena Mao HM ’25.
“Corona Cutie,” a musical written by Lucy Geller PO ’21, entertained audiences with virtual screenings from April 23 to 25.
Nina Potischman ‘PO 21 discusses “The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P.” and its titular character, who should be a catchall for fake-deep boys.
With Valentine’s Day now virtual, more students turned to the online college dating site Datamatch to fill their hearts and DMs.
What do you do after heartbreak taints your favorite show? TV columnist Claire DuMont SC ’23 reflects on how she got back together with “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”