Thanks to the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, Xiao Jiang PO ’22 will spend next year traveling to explore her passion for Chinatowns.
The Claremont Colleges need to own up to their role in perpetuating housing unaffordability in Claremont, writes Gwen Tucker SC ’25.
Though its exploration of gentrification can be shallow, “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” is a heartfealt meditation on the meaning of a home, argues film columnist Hannah Eliot SC ’24.
The explosion of cannabis on the food scene shouldn’t distract us from racial disparities in weed’s legalization, argues food columnist Sadie Matz SC ’24.
It’s OK to thrift, but higher-income shoppers should be mindful of how their purchases impact low-income communities, says Jadyn Lee SC ’24.
Gentrification tears apart communities and hurts families, and when people are unable to fight it, it hurts the most.
Industrial gentrification in the Inland Empire is inevitable. A solution to the its housing crisis is to reform laws and rebuild cities along the coast.
In this week’s pop culture column, Nadya Siringo Ringo SC ’21 critiques the cultural appropriation inherent in popular streetwear and minimalist clothing. She writes, “Expensive streetwear heavily draws from the styles and cultures of low-income communities, making versions that are inaccessible to them despite their heavy influence.”