An attorney, activist and alumna, Martina Vandenberg PO ’90 founded the Human Trafficking Legal Center and provides strategic litigation as a form of justice to trafficking survivors.
Having officially assumed the role of Scripps College’s 10th president in July, Suzanne Keen sat down with TSL to discuss how her first two months have gone, what brought her to the college and how her background will inform her future plans.
In between her engagements and two Bridges Auditorium lectures — “A Revolutionary Life” and “Radical Agendas and Possible Futures” — TSL sat down with Davis to learn more about her life in activism and what’s on her mind today.
As the United States continues to report record numbers of new daily COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, TSL sat down with Nicole M. Gatto, an associate professor of public health at Claremont Graduate University, to discuss the surge in cases and governmental response.
After President Donald Trump and numerous other White House staff members tested positive for the virus, TSL spoke with Claremont McKenna College politics professor John J. Pitney Jr. to get an expert opinion on the consequences of the outbreak.
After publishing an article last week on how the California wildfires affected 5C students, TSL sat down with Pomona College Professor of Environmental Analysis and History Char Miller to get an expert opinion on the effects of climate change and an Indigenous perspective on this year’s wildfires along the West Coast.
The Claremont Colleges’ production of “Pippin,” directed by Tim Dang, takes a classic musical production about a young man who tries to find meaning in his life and adds an anime hip-hop twist.
TSL sat down with assistant director of Smith Campus Center and ballroom dance instructor Denise Machin to discuss her sixth year at Pomona College and fourth year as director of the Claremont Colleges Ballroom Dance Company.
Conor Friedersdorf PO ’02 is a journalist at The Atlantic, where one of his areas of expertise is campus politics, which he covers from a civil libertarian perspective. He recently visited campus to participate in a Pomona Student Union panel entitled “Actualizing Free Speech: The Regulation of Student Voice
Renowned inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil is one of the world’s leading experts on technological progress. He is a recipient of the National Medal of Technology, holds 21 honorary doctorates, and has authored five national bestsellers. He visited Pomona College on Feb. 7 and spoke with TSL about his optimistic vision for