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.
Pomona College’s Orientation Adventure programs are slated to return this fall semester after a three year hiatus, but this time around, the college is focusing on inclusivity and proximity to campus.
It’s time for all surfers to dive into the world of environmental activism, outdoor and travel columnist Ella Boyd SC ’22 argues.
OPINION: America’s public lands are under attack. Everyone who recreates on public lands has a responsibility to protect them, writes Kyle Greenspan PZ ’23