In 1972, the 5C’s offered their first women’s varsity sports, thanks to the newly-passed Title IX which mandated equal numbers of men’s and women’s sports teams.
By effectively recreating Pamela Anderson’s trauma, “Pam & Tommy” practices the opposite of what it preaches, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 argues.
The Claremont Colleges must devote more resources to female students’ academic development and to programs that confront systemic challenges in academia, argues Yutong Niu PO ’23.
On International Women’s Day, Scripps Presents spotlighted one of the most international women: author Isabel Allende, who has written 24 books available in over 42 languages, according to her website.
We need to work on dissociating feminism from misandry in order to keep fighting for women’s rights, argues Leah Voudouri PO ‘24.
Pitzer College and Scripps College student governments are expanding their funding options to fund a variety of gender-affirming actions for transgender, intersex, and non-binary students, according to then–Pitzer Student Senate Treasurer Jessica Miao PZ ’21 and Scripps Associated Students President Irene Yi SC ’19. Pitzer Senate Budget Committee now offers
Identifying as feminist, womanist, or as a part of any group that advocates for gender equality brings with it a unique set of challenges when entering the dating scene. Terms like these, though certainly less stigmatized at a liberal arts college consortium in Southern California than in other places, create