A book with an unresolved ending can be great. “At Night All Blood Is Black” is not, writes book columnist Ryan Lillestrand PZ `23.
As the war in Ukraine nears eight months since invasion by Russian forces, 5C students reaffirmed their support for Ukraine at an event hosted by Claremont McKenna College Oct. 7-8.
When Maria Lyven PO ’22 asked her family how they were doing last week, her mother told her that she woke up to the sound of explosions.
America must step away from their preoccupation with 9/11 to address more pressing internal threats, argues Sae Furukawa PO ’25.
The military has boxed presidents and the American public into continuing the war in Afghanistan, writes Carter Moyer HM ’24.
Consumption of meat is just one factor contributing to climate change; more attention should ve given to fossil fuels and war’s effects.