Even as more students gravitate away from the humanities and toward STEM fields, it is essential that liberal arts colleges recognize the continued value of the classics, writes Annika Reff PO ’25.
OPINION: A backlash against ‘race swapping’ in “The Rings of Power” reflects a dangerous misinterpretation of Tolkien that gatekeeps the fantasy classic within a racialized framework, argues Yifei Cheng PO ‘24.
Have you ever wondered why Claremont is so white? Southern California columnist Cassidy Bensko unpacks the white flight that created Los Angeles suburbs and the local politics that aim to keep them white.
Though its exploration of gentrification can be shallow, “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” is a heartfealt meditation on the meaning of a home, argues film columnist Hannah Eliot SC ’24.
As the streaming era of music emerges, Black indie artists are finally getting the recognition they deserve, argues music columnist Nick Black PO ’24.
The explosion of cannabis on the food scene shouldn’t distract us from racial disparities in weed’s legalization, argues food columnist Sadie Matz SC ’24.
Speaking on her experiences as a working-class woman artist, Sandra Cisneros provided insight on her new book “Martita, I Remember You/Martita, te recuerdo” at Scripps Presents.
Similarities between the 1968 and 2020 Pitzer College Black Student Union’s addresses are testament to the lack of development in support for Black students, argues Luciénne Reyes PZ ’24.
Someone’s culture is not your accessory or prop; understand the context and significance to appreciate and not appropriate, argues Shay Suresh CM ’24.
Assembly Bill 988 will save lives by providing funding for California’s mental health crisis response system, but we need to advocate for it now so it will pass, argues Porter Reyes PO ’25.