Lila Feldmann PZ ’24 launched Pitzer’s first-ever free chest binder program, making student access to resources more anonymous, accessible and affordable.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case of Aimee Stephens, who was fired from her job for being transgender. The fate of every transgender person in the country rests on her case, and it’s absolutely terrifying.
Pitzer Student Senate advocates for making all public bathrooms gender-neutral, Pomona names its new art museum and more from this week’s news.
It’s my third year writing an article for Transgender Day of Remembrance. I plan to keep writing them as long as I’m here and the Editorial Board is willing to publish them. This year’s article is coming early, but not for positive reasons. I, unfortunately, must address the memo published
When Claremont McKenna College chemistry professor Nancy Williams HM ’95 decided to come out as a trans woman to her colleagues and students in CMC’s Keck Science Department, she worried about how her announcement would be received, but she knew it was time. “At that point I was living a