Hillary Clinton and Louise Penny discussed the details of their newly released novel “State of Terror” at a Scripps Presents event Oct. 12.
Climate change is the fault of corporations, but changing personal consumption still can help combat the effects, argues Ben Reicher PO ’22.
We’ve come to a point where it’s impossible to separate politics from your personal values and moral code, so caring about who someone votes for shouldn’t be treated as irrational, writes Emma Mansour SC ’24.
Joe Biden is far from a solution to America’s issues, and we need to do more to make substantive progress, says Sam Hernandez PO ’24.
Political parties are the clashes of pointless policy, argues Patrick Hutecker HM ’24. He’d rather move to Yosemite than join Congress.
The president of EMILY’s List will headline commencement ceremony at Scripps.
Obama-era attorney general Eric Holder discussed his advocacy for voting rights during Pomona’s third annual Payton Distinguished Lecture.
The political labels of “liberal” and “conservative” fail to embody who people really are and promote division rather than coopoeration.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock CM ’88 spoke to TSL about his experience at CMC and his potential presidential run.
Senior Obama advisor Ben Rhodes visited Pomona and discussed his book, the Trump presidency, and Pitzer’s Haifa study abroad program with TSL.