To answer difficult questions of loving and letting go, music columnist Becky Zhang PO ’22.5 recommends King Princess and Carly Rae Jepsen’s recent albums.
Renowned Pomona professor, Victoria Koenig, is always learning — both how to make ballet more inclusive and how to spread her love for dance.
Is annotation just an academic task? Book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24 reconsiders her relationship with annotation, saying that it is an act of love.
Harvey Mudd freshies should take their time to start dating, and first prioritize adjusting to college life and academics, argues Serena Mao HM ’25.
The episode “Pop Squad” from “Love, Death & Robots” asserts that we are responsible for individual-level change when societal change is unfeasible, argues TV columnist Simone Bogedal PO ’24.
Pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 explores the depiction of common teenage challenges in “To All The Boys: Always and Forever.”
With Valentine’s Day now virtual, more students turned to the online college dating site Datamatch to fill their hearts and DMs.
Lillian Perlmutter SC ’21 examines the origin of the word “chaotic” and the significance of its frequent use in Claremont queer dating circles. “For some, to be chaotic, to attract and emit unwieldy intensity — is a magnetic, magical quality, like being the human equivalent of a third tequila shot,” she writes.
Kyla Walker PO ’22 praises “High Fidelity”‘s soundtrack and its power to influence the narrative and drive the show’s plot forward.
Cecil the Sagehoe details a saucy week full of dates, hookups, and self-reflection. “My path to self-discovery involved roundabouts, shitty lube and tons of introspection, but I came out with a better understanding of what I want from my interactions with men,” they write.