OPINION: Cancel culture serves to benefit the marginalized groups of society in the case of sexual misconduct, writes Abby Loiselle PO ‘23.
CW: Description of alleged sexual assault Scripps College politics professor Vanessa Tyson, who has accused Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of sexually assaulting her at the Democratic National Convention in 2004, will meet with members of a county district attorney’s office in Massachusetts, Tyson’s lawyers announced Wednesday. Earlier Wednesday, the
Scripps Student Organizers, a group of approximately 20 Scripps College and 5C students interested in campus organizing, coordinated for 5C students to attend the #MeToo Survivors’ March in Los Angeles Nov. 10. #MeToo March International is an “organization and movement of intersectional feminism for the 99 percent … dedicated [to]
Renowned feminist scholar Roxane Gay spoke alongside two others to an overflowing crowd of nearly 300 students at Rose Hills Theater Tuesday, and engaged in a contentious debate about the #MeToo movement. During and after the event, Gay and many audience members expressed frustration that one of the speakers,
CW: sexual harassment, sexual assault #MeToo advocate and California assemblyperson Cristina Garcia PO ’99 was scheduled to speak at Pomona College Friday, but her talk has been postponed following allegations that she harassed and groped a staffer and a lobbyist published by Politico Thursday evening. Garcia, who was featured as