As the 5Cs prepare to return to campus, the Editorial Board writes, chaos and confusion will be the default unless administrators work to prioritize clarity.
On May 9 at 11:59 p.m., a new editorial board officially took over TSL for the upcoming summer and fall 2021 semester. Kayla Alcorcha SC ’24 was selected as editor-in-chief of TSL for the upcoming semester. Jasper Davidoff PO ’23 was named managing editor for news and sports, and Claire
TSL’s Editorial Board calls on Claremont Graduate University to revoke its Jan. 7 statement that qualified senators’ and representatives’ recent claims of election fraud as “legitimate points.”
Yasmin Elqutami PO ’22 was named editor-in-chief of TSL for the spring 2021 semester Wednesday after a unanimous vote by the editorial board selection committee. Kayla Alcorcha SC ’24 was selected as managing editor for life and style and opinions, and Claire DuMont SC ’23 was selected as managing editor
Our duty as a newspaper is to write with objectivity, so we must be unequivocal in declaring that Black lives matter is not a subjective stance, nor should it be. It is undeniably, irrefutably right.
Pomona barred students and reporters from a faculty meeting to decide coronavirus grading policy. This is unacceptable.
Several of the Claremont Colleges have policies restricting employee communication . This hurts everyone — but students most of all.
A look back at who and what TSL’s covered this year — and how we’re trying to make our coverage more equitable.
Today, Pitzer College committed an egregious assault on the free press by banning a college media site from covering the upcoming Haifa vote.
Schuyler Mitchell PO ’20, TSL’s life and style associate, sat down with the spring 2019 TSL editorial board to get the inside scoop on their interests, backgrounds and love lives. What’s your favorite thing about TSL? Hank Snowdon CM ’21, managing editor: I think it’s a really great challenge. It