2023 film “All That Breathes,” has garnered lots of attention, including that of Peter Dien CM ‘25. In his film column, Dien explores what this documentary reveals about human nature.
Light, love and laughter: Holi through the eyes of the 5C South Asian diaspora
While Holi fell in the middle of spring break, members of the 5C community still joyfully celebrated the holiday on March 18.
Shaila Andrabi builds a home for South Asians in Claremont
Now a chaplain at the McAlister Center, Shaila Andrabi has provided a touch of home for South Asian international students for over 30 years.
Back to her roots: Aashna Saraf PO ’21 creates award-winning learning app for Indian children
With her award-winning educational app Root, Aashna Saraf PO ’21 did the math and got a two-for-one deal: help children in India improve their numeracy skills and complete her psychology thesis.
Foodie fantasies: Upgrade your crepe experience and make uppos instead
Uppos are paper-thin pancakes made by the Nawayath in southwest India –– and they’re better than crepes, Maryam Khan ’23 writes.
Writer, activist Sundeep Morrison spotlights Sikh struggle in one-woman show ‘Rag Head’
Sundeep Morrison’s one-woman show “Rag Head” tackles Sikh identity in relation to broader themes of hate, hope and American identity.
OPINION: India needs an autocracy, just not the one we already have
India, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is already an autocracy. But its current government controls people’s lives without granting them the peace and safety they are promised.
OPINION: India’s patriotic movies ‘coincidentally’ precede upcoming national election
The use of Bollywood movies to sway political opinion in the run-up to India’s elections hurts the electoral system.
OPINION: Where is the support for people outside of STEM?
The recent surge in support for people, particularly women, in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, has been a long-awaited and inspiring development to watch unfold. However, in an age of increased value associated with STEM, the corresponding merit attached to studying humanities subjects has dwindled considerably. Growing up in the