Climate change is the fault of corporations, but changing personal consumption still can help combat the effects, argues Ben Reicher PO ’22.
Apocalyptic narratives ultimately hinder hope and progress in the fight against climate change, 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.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock CM ’88 was just one Claremont Colleges alum to lose a contested race earlier this week.
TSL spoke to Pomona College politics professor Tom Le to get his take on the tight 2020 presidential race.
California voters can promote equality by voting yes on Proposition 16 to reinstate affirmative action, says Callie Radecki PZ ’22.
Political parties are the clashes of pointless policy, argues Patrick Hutecker HM ’24. He’d rather move to Yosemite than join Congress.
Claremont McKenna alumnus Montana Gov. Steve Bullock CM ’88 announced Monday that he is running for Senate, reversing an earlier decision not to run.
Music columnist Kyla Walker PO ’22 explores Taylor Swift’s whirlwind transition from political privacy to political activism in “Miss Americana.”