Stop idolizing politicians, and hold them accountable for their actions, argues Nicholas Black PO ’24.
America must step away from their preoccupation with 9/11 to address more pressing internal threats, argues Sae Furukawa PO ’25.
Modern anti-Asian violence like the Atlanta Spa Shootings must be understood in the historical context of oppression and resistance, argues Chris Meng PO ’23.
Ten politics professors at the Claremont Colleges joined more than 1,500 political scientists in an open letter calling for the immediate removal of President Donald Trump from office.
We need to build unity around progressive policies and not just settle for bipartisanship, says Aarushi Phalke PO ’24.
Across the country, many Claremont Colleges students rejoiced at the election of former Vice President Joe Biden, a stark contrast from many students’ morale just four years ago.
Joe Biden is far from a solution to America’s issues, and we need to do more to make substantive progress, says Sam Hernandez PO ’24.
On Saturday morning, 5C students across the country and the world got the news that former Vice President Joseph Biden had won the 2020 presidential election. TSL spoke with Claremont McKenna College politics professor John Pitney to get his take on the results.
In light of the Trump administration’s policy change making it harder for international students to stay in the country, we need to recognize how vital international students are to the American college experience, argues Ebenezer Mensah PO ’23
As 2020 election results continued to pour in early Thursday morning, Claremont Colleges students anxiously awaited the outcome of the close race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joseph Biden.