To some, chocolate cake may be a delicious treat, but to food columnist Emily Kim PO’25, the dessert was a way to connect to her cousin. Eating chocolate cake allowed her to have a small but meaningful interaction from a younger cousin she had often felt distant from.
Breathe out, tune in: How to handle the seasons of your life
Hannah Weaver SC ’24 offers 13 songs for the change that parents and their children experience during the college years.
OPINION: Sibling rivalry should not define your life
Don’t compete with your siblings, instead learn to be proud of their achievements and to define your own success, argues Mishaal Ijaz SC ’24.
The quarantine chronicles: Ponderings on loss and leaving home for college
Jessica Shen-Wachter SC ’23 reflects on her weeks at home since her first year of college life was interrupted by a pandemic. “Though many stressors are very present in my life because of COVID-19, separation from my moms and my sister isn’t one of them. For better or for worse, time feels almost suspended in this moment of almost soothing monotony,” she writes.
Scene one, hot take one: Bong Joon-ho’s masterpiece ‘Parasite’ spotlights rise of lower class
Film columnist Ben Hafetz PZ ’20 reviews “Parasite,” the winner of the 2019 Sundance Palme d’Or and the film that has put director Bong Joon-ho in the limelight. “‘Parasite’ will be looked upon as a decade-defining film. Whether it be the camera, set design, themes, details, story, characters or gut-punch of an ending, it succeeds on every level,” he writes.
Queer Chicana poet and activist Cherríe Moraga visits Scripps to discuss new book
Cherríe Moraga, iconic queer Chicana poet, playwright and activist, visited Scripps College Oct. 10 to discuss her new book “Native Country of the Heart.”
OPINION: Here’s what you can learn from a cross-country road trip with your dad
Sometimes, all you need to grow closer to a person is a full tank of gas, four wheels, and a couple thousand miles.