Sara Cawley SC ’26 asks that we work to change the narrative that overcoming is necessary when living with mental illness.
In response to a TSL article last week highlighting the benefits of walking barefoot, Rowan Gray CM ’26 has to put his foot down.
For the past two years, professors across the Claremont Colleges have been trying out a new form of teaching and learning style called “Care-First Classrooms.” Courses implementing this program use non-punitive practices to create an environment that is more accessible and enjoyable for all students. This semester, there are 19
With a physician shortage right around the corner, the future is looking bleak for pre-medical students – or so predicts guest writer Joanne Oh PZ ‘25.
The trendiness of self-diagnosis on social media with Gen Z obscures the fact that “mental illness is more than just the sum of unwell parts,” argues Hannah Frasure PO ’24.
Maggie McBride PO ‘23 argues that Pomona’s isolation policies are contradictory, inconsistent, and put students’ health at risk.
“The 5Cs bill themselves as places where leaders come to learn foundational tools … it’s time we actually teach them,” argues Rowan Gray CM ‘26.
Not a fan of journaling? Don’t knock it until you try it, argues Vivian Wang CM ’26.
BeReal and “casual” Instagram are meant to make social media more authentic — but they’re actually making it more toxic, argues Aaron Matsuoka PZ ’26.
As a student, it’s easy to feel obligated to throw your hat in the ring, writes Vivian Wang CM ‘26. Don’t succumb to the pressure.