With a spooky season in full swing, horror columnist Anna Peterson SC ‘25 takes a look back at “Jennifer’s Body” and its evolving reputation from a critical flop to cult classic.
Out with rom-coms, in with cannibalism. In the past several years, there’s been a slew of stories centered around cannibalism — think “Raw” and “Bones and All.” “Fresh” does both, writes columnist Nadia Hsu PO ’27.
The trope that Scripps classes are easy isn’t a “fun stereotype,” writes Eliza Powers PO ‘25 – it’s highly sophisticated coded misogyny.
Music derided as “basic” is often that which celebrates the resilience and power of women while challenging the existing culture intent on devaluing them, writes Eliza Powers PO ‘25.
The censorship of a portrait that the author sent for an Instagram takeover for the Pomona Office of Communications shows that even the 5Cs are not immune to oppressive policing of female students’ attire, writes guest columnist Eshanya Agrawal PO ’25.
5C students are calling for further institutional accountability after a screenshot of a P-P football player’s transphobic TikTok video emerged on Twitter Sunday night.
Feminists need to spend much more effort on educating men — it’s the only way we’ll defeat sexism, argues Margot Rosenblatt SC ’23.
The vast majority of the burden of contraception falls on women. Making the birth control pill free would help fix this.
Meghan Condas SC ’22 talks about receiving old-fashioned dating advice from her mother and how her relationship with hookup culture has evolved.
With all that’s going on in our political climate, sex robots aren’t something a lot of people are concerned about. But, they should be. Sex robots are a gateway of sorts. Their use allows for the proliferation of the idea that the ideal sexual partner (particularly women) should submit, say