Pop culture columnist Nadya Siringo Ringo SC ’21 talks the trend of clown memes and what it says about the newest generation of internet users. “Nowadays, the clown isn’t a subject but rather a reflection of the fools we see in ourselves and others. The memes capitalize on the universality of mistakes and false hope — they rebuff viewers for striving toward something that leads to worthless results but validates them at the same time,” she writes.
“Overheard at PZ: Person A: ‘So dude what are you taking this semester?’ Person B: ‘You mean classes or drugs?’” The conversation above is
A stand-up comedian took the stage at Scripps College’s Motley Coffeehouse last month and opened one of his bits by saying, “I’ve found that
Salmon shorts. Intersectional feminism. Particle physics. Birkenstocks. Pretentiousness. “Squaremont” is a tiny place, and anything that can help divvy up the grounds can
After declaring the secret meme group U PC BREAUX a ‘bias-related incident’ last week, Pomona College’s bias Incident Response Team has decided that the posts
Pomona College’s Incident Response Team has declared that posts in a secret 5C Facebook group constitute a “bias-related incident,” the college announced Monday. The
This article contains profanity and references to suicide, sexual assault, sexism, and Islamophobia. UPDATE: Pomona College’s investigative team said Monday that “the posts to
Students at the Claremont Colleges do not always go on Facebook, but when they do, many enjoy checking out 5C “memes.” Facebook pages “Pomona