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.
The emphasis on financial education as a strategy to reduce economic inequality is a false solution that blames poor people for situations often beyond their control, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
Improving our public transportation is very important for reducing inequality, writes Rakesh Peddibhotla PZ ’24.
In order to combat wealth inequality, the upper 1%, particularly 5C students, must talk about wealth openly and honestly.
In the United States, freedom has been poorly defined and executed and needs to be rethought and reimagined to grant equal rights to all.
In order to improve its economic diversity and become need-blind, Pitzer College needs to embark on a substantial fundraising campaign.
Mass protests across the world are often reduced down to a few simple factors and solutions. Yet the truth is often much more complex.
Hold on to your open minds and keep all prejudices outside of the vehicle at all times — we are entering an era of unprecedented diversity in higher education. Elite private colleges and universities around the United States are admitting more underrepresented minorities, women and first-generation, low-income (FLI) students than