Maxine Davey PO ’25, Ben Lauren PZ ’25 and Mariana Durán PO ’24 have taken the reins at TSL for the fall 2023 semester. Davey, TSL’s editor-in-chief, is a politics major and English minor from Dana Point, California. She worked as a news writer and editor for TSL during her
On Feb. 22, TSL’s Editorial Board received a Letter to the Editor from Pitzer College’s Interim President Jill Klein concerning our coverage of employee maltreatment allegations. The following week, the Editorial Board responded with a letter of our own.
After serving in nine roles across four sections, the spring 2023 editorial board is ready to take the helm. Hannah Weaver SC ’24 now leads TSL as editor-in-chief after working in news, sports and arts & culture. Averi Sullivan PO ’23 has become managing editor of news and opinions after years of experience in print and broadcast journalism. Gerrit Punt PO ’24 steps into managing editor of arts & culture and sports after shining as an arts & culture editor.
The significant reduction of the 5Cs’ COVID-19 dashboards is an unnecessary cut to make, writes the Editorial Board, and denies community members vital information.
Jenna McMurtry PO ’24, Larkin Barnard-Bahn SC ’24 and Mena Bova SC ’24 have been selected to lead TSL’s editorial board for the fall 2022 semester.
Jasper Davidoff PO ’23, Anushe Engineer SC ’22 and Caelan Reeves CM ’24 will lead the Claremont Colleges’ newspaper as its editorial board for the spring 2022 semester.
Pomona College’s recent student affairs decisions show a serious difference between how it talks about discipline and how it really acts.
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.”