With future NCAA Presidents Council meetings to attend, CMC President Hiram Chodosh could use some counseling on what to say, writes Jasper Davidoff PO ’23. So, he took it upon himself to draft an agenda.
“Where are you really from?” Even self-described ‘progressive campuses’ like the 5Cs aren’t exempt from microaggressions, writes Shay Suresh CM ‘24.
The lack of trees at the Claremont Colleges exacerbates heat and hinders community — so let’s plant more, writes Aaron Matsuoka PZ ’26.
Amidst a nationwide attack on reproductive rights, it’s time for the 5Cs to step up and equip students with free reproductive health care, writes Ashley Park CM ’25.
Pomona’s OA trips are an integral part of orientation, but the changes made to them in the past few years limit their full potential, argues guest columnist Samuel Breslow PO ’18.
You may have seen the photos. Positively blissful young people frolic through fields of giant daisies, pose next to enormous gummy bears, and fling handfuls of colorful sprinkles into the air against the backdrop of glossy pink tiles made to emulate the “sprinkle pool” of some childhood dream. These scenes
I spent 12 years in a Catholic education system. I’m no longer religious, but the close connections I maintain with people still in the church and the duration I spent as a devout member of it qualify me to make the following statement. If there is indeed a God, then
A gigantic ship, christened with so much promise, is on its maiden voyage. It’s billed as unsinkable, so much so that it’s almost blasphemous to even suggest this ship could sink, so much so that no one’s bothered to check if there are enough lifeboats. But every Titanic has its
I am tired of calls for peaceful protests. I want to make it clear: I am not advocating for violence. I don’t think violence is an answer, nor do I think peaceful protest is. When it comes to marginalized students being confronted with those who seek to harm or outright
In an ironic turn, President Donald Trump barred CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta on account of supreme insolence. Silly though it may be, the danger of a disconnected post-truth politics, where emotional appeals supersede facts and reason, is that a free society cannot long survive untruth and rampant distrust.