All public universities will be required to provide on-campus access to abortion pills, but the 5Cs have no intention to follow suit.
Plan B may soon be accessible on Scripps College’s campus after Scripps Associated Students approved funding for a low-cost wellness vending machine in the Scripps Student Union last Sunday. SAS has yet to finalize the budget for the machine, SAS President Megan Chow SC ’23 told TSL in an email.
Are the Claremont Colleges educationally equitable? Not until the Student Disability Resource Center is better funded, writes Annika White PZ ‘25.
As the Claremont trees begin to drop their leaves, 5C students will once again need to roll up their sleeves for a flu shot. The 5Cs are requiring students to be vaccinated against the flu by Oct. 31, The Claremont Colleges Services spokesperson Laura Muna-Landa told TSL via email. The
“Flexitarianism” is not lazy vegetarianism, argues food columnist Sadie Matz SC ’24; it’s a perfect balance between intuitive eating and plant-based diets.
Although societal stigmas discourage crying, it’s incredibly helpful for your mental health, writes health and wellness columnist Sydney Lee CM ’22.
Health and wellness columnist Sydney Lee CM ’22 shares her tips for dealing with imposter syndrome.
Avoid diet plans and products that promote unhealthy habits, and instead prioritize your health, argues Mishaal Ijaz SC ’24.
Harvey Mudd College needs to solicit more student opinion in the Covid-19 policy making process, argues Serena Mao HM ’25.
Our education isn’t complete without physical exercise, and we should include workout routines in our schedules, argues Leah Voudouri PO ’24.