In response to a TSL article last week highlighting the benefits of walking barefoot, Rowan Gray CM ’26 has to put his foot down.
Certain individuals at the 5Cs see the practice of being barefoot to be a proactive manner to reconnect with the earth and interweave the body and mind. Additionally several barefoot enthusiasts has experienced several health benefits as a result of adopting this way of life.
For the past few months, California has been covered in a vast array of colorful wildflowers, marking the appearance of what has come to be known as the “superbloom.” The term describes a rare phenomenon in which, following a remarkably dry period or prolonged drought, heavy rainfall results in an
On Jan. 9, 2023, Pomona College hired Outdoor Education Center (OEC) manager Connor Bigenho. In his new role, Bigenho will be in charge of overseeing future Orientation Adventure (OA) programs, managing the hiring of OA leaders and organizing OA leader training and logistics for Pomona College and the 5C community.
Allowing yourself to get lost in an unfamiliar place is a truly enlightening experience that everyone should have at least once, writes Willa Frank PO ’25.
A large pine tree on the Pitzer College Mounds fell down Sunday afternoon, crushing the quad’s popular slackline. No one was injured.
Amid the climate crisis, Ty Rocker PZ ’23 argues against an anthropocentric view of Earth, describing how nature might regenerate on its own.