The genre of stories about women facing personal tragedies needs to be inclusive of the experiences of women of color, writes Shay Suresh CM ’24.
Casually using mental health terms as a joke risks isolating and stigmatizing your peers who may be struggling with mental health issues, writes Anna Tolkien CM ’24.
You can always find ways to remain positive about and adapt to your situation, even in COVID isolation, writes guest columnist Vidusshi Hingad PO ’25.
Even the most heated arguments can actually be an indicator of a truly strong and lasting friendship, writes Eliza Powers PO ’25.
Don’t be so quick to dismiss your feelings of nostalgia, writes Alexander Chao PO ’25.
Five years ago, in March 2017, TSL published the leaked Wabash Report, a 2015 investigation that exposed the severity of Harvey Mudd College’s curriculum and workload. Students quoted in the report spoke about sacrificing sleep, hobbies, hygiene and religious practices in order to manage their classes.
While the pandemic has presented challenges for students across the board, engineering students at Harvey Mudd College are having a particularly difficult time this year. The inability to take in-person classes during the pandemic translated to a surge in enrollment this year for required classes like E80, Experimental Engineering. Coupled with a faculty shortage in the department caused by a hiring freeze amid the pandemic, students say the surge is making a notoriously demanding program even more difficult.
We should not feel stigma around discussing body-focused repetitive behaviors, writes guest columnist Maddy McCue CM ’23.
OPINION: Self-help books, despite being designed to help people solve their personal problems without relying on others, cannot help as much as they promise, writes Alexander Chao PO ’25.
Gamification can be instrumental in transforming our relationship with health and motivating us to engage in healthy behaviors, writes Alexander Chao PO ‘25.