To understand the significance of the recent US midterm elections, TSL spoke with 5C students and faculty about their reactions.
With reproductive freedom, gambling, dialysis and greenhouse gasses among the seven propositions on California’s Nov. 8 midterm ballot, Claremont McKenna College’s Rose Institute of State and Local Government released a “Video Voter Guide” last month to help Californians understand what their vote means.
As we learn to adjust to a new reality in a certain historical moment where the future seems uncertain, what’s next for young people? Jared Diamond’s talk at the Athenaeum on sought to answer this question.
In an unprecedented decision, Pitzer College’s Student Senate announced Wednesday evening that it would scrap the votes already cast in its ongoing student body election, planning to start anew following spring break.
Staff at the 7Cs’ Honnold Mudd Library are deciding by secret ballot whether to form a union after at least 30 percent of approximately 40 eligible employees expressed interest. The California Federation of Teachers filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board filed a petition to represent the staff, according to a Feb. 9 statement from The Claremont Colleges Services (TCCS).
Voters must hold President Biden to his campaign promise to pass a public option, so that America can finally achieve the goal of universal health coverage, writes Nicholas Black PO ’24.
OPINION: Focusing solely on age in elections often results in younger politicians who don’t govern in new ways, says Nicholas Black PO ’24.
Claremont McKenna College’s Rose Institute delivers nonpartisan information about California’s ballot propositions in its Video Voter Series.
Michaela Shelton PO ’21 and Naomi Tilles PO ’22 are working to increase voter turnout at Pomona through Pomona Votes.
It will take more than voting in the 2020 election to fix the U.S.’s problems, making voting less than the panacea it’s often touted as.