Pomona confirmed they will not build a wall through the SOCA Lounge and that students of color will soon be able to request swipe access.
Not speaking our parents’ native language fluently is not a result of our personal failures but rather the result of our circumstances and upbringing, argues Alexander Chao PO ‘25.
Don’t make assumptions about your classmates’ sexual or gender identity just because they bind their chests, writes guest columnist Lila Feldmann PZ ’24.
If immigrants want to change the harmful expectations imposed on them, they must first accept themselves, argues Phillip Kong PO ’24.
We are not our grades, and this format of online learning is a reminder of that, says Aarushi Phalke PO ’24.
After being insulted because of her Muslim identity, Malak Afaneh PO ’21 established an apparel business known as Rosie the Hijabi.
There is an unwritten rule that all socially conscious individuals know to be true: One may not ever question the shyness of another. How rude! We have been conditioned into this understanding; reservedness is still considered less than socially acceptable, but, nevertheless, admirable. This is not to say there is
Conor Friedersdorf PO ’02 is a journalist at The Atlantic, where one of his areas of expertise is campus politics, which he covers from a civil libertarian perspective. He recently visited campus to participate in a Pomona Student Union panel entitled “Actualizing Free Speech: The Regulation of Student Voice