Underneath the glittering wealth and success portrayed in “The Social Network” lies an industry of corruption and exploitation, pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 writes.
For many 5C students, “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” has consistently offered a welcome escape and simple delights during a year of quarantine.
The Claremont Colleges are loaning laptops, Wi-Fi hotspots and web cameras to ensure virtual classes are accessible to 5C students.
Social media algorithms need to be regulated so that users don’t stay online for too long, says Brian Lee CM ’24.
OpenAI’s GPT-3 text generator is impressive, but we should be wary of the consequences of such technology, writes Michelle Lum HM ‘23.
The 5C student-created Spark Study app aims to kindle connection between students. With its multimodality, it intends to be an all-in-one student social network.
With one week of remote classes under their belts, 5C professors and students are coming to terms with the ups and downs of online instruction.
Minerva boasts a stripped-down college experience — no sports teams, gym, library, dining hall or even classrooms — just residence halls in seven locations throughout the world.
Printer access at Harvey Mudd is inconsistent, badly planned, and not well allottted based on where students actually live.
The Merriam Webster dictionary defines prayer as “an address (such as a petition) to God or a god in word or thought.” God is defined as “a being or object believed to have more than natural attributes and powers and to require human worship.” They’re both fairly loose definitions that