On Nov. 4, the city and county of Los Angeles announced new mandates on proof of vaccination for COVID-19. The LA city ordinance is one of the strictest in the country, requiring proof of full vaccination from all eligible customers to enter any “indoor portion of a covered location,” although it won’t be enforced until Nov. 29.
Scripps College professor Adam Novy reveals the eccentric inspirations for the wild adventures and hashtags featured in his cats’ Instagram account.
Pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 talks Lana Del Ray’s poetry book, “Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass.”
As colleges start to make plans for the fall, the CDC has released guidelines that would change campus life in order to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Art columnist Frances Sutton PO ’21 examines the wonders of the Craft Contemporary museum and its newest ceramics exhibit. “‘The Body, The Object, The Other’ … pushes at the boundaries of what ceramics can be as a craft and as an art,” she writes.
Matthew Kim reflects on his experience growing up as a Lakers fan and mourns the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant.
Students coming back to Claremont via Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) after Thanksgiving break will have to jump through additional hoops before they can get on the road back to campus. In an effort to mitigate increased traffic due to various projects, LAX is ending curbside pick-ups for Ubers, Lyfts and taxis Oct. 29, according to a news release from LAX and the Los Angeles Times.
The LA Metro’s Gold Line is set to extend to Claremont, but a lack of funding jeopardizes a plan that would improve 5C students’ access to LA.
With the 2028 Olympics set to be hosted in the city, Los Angeles needs a way to raise money for city improvements and cut traffic. Congestion taxes might do the trick.
If you went to a drag bar in Los Angeles in the 1980s or ’90s, you might have seen a buoyant Reynaldo Rivera working the room.