Tell Me I’m Worthless uses horror as a vehicle for a timely political message. Unfortunately, the message is a little too obvious, writes book columnist Natalie Ortiz PO ’25.
For many Pitzer students, a trip to the Pit-Stop signifies the start of a new day. While there are many cafes across the 5Cs, the Pit-Stop has become an essential space not just for Pitzer students but for all 5C students. This is in large part because of the environment the Pit-Stop workers create which makes the Pit-Stop a key space for the creation of student/worker friendships.
For Emily Kim PO ’25, one night eating Korean barbecue with friends revealed to her many important truths about friendships.
If there’s anything food columnist Emily Kim PO ’25 learned from last semester, it’s that friends will take the time to feed you (quesadillas), even when your hands are full.
Even the most heated arguments can actually be an indicator of a truly strong and lasting friendship, writes Eliza Powers PO ’25.
If you want to have meaningful and mutually satisfying conversations with people, start by actively listening to what they are saying, writes Shay Suresh CM ’24.
We’ve come to a point where it’s impossible to separate politics from your personal values and moral code, so caring about who someone votes for shouldn’t be treated as irrational, writes Emma Mansour SC ’24.
Amidst social distancing, Alana Weiss PO ’22 and Christina Dong PO ’22 share choreography they’ve learned online to connect with friends.
Relationship columnist Meghan Condas SC ’22 reflects on the challenges of developing meaningful relationships with men at a women’s college.
Some problems don’t rank highly enough for therapy. For those, there’s always late-night, heartfelt posts on Instagram.