Running backward but moving women’s sports forward? The 5C women’s club rugby team breaks down stereotypes about women in sports and does it while making best friends and winning national titles.
We must acknowledge the gender bias that the word “genius” carries and the unintended effect it creates in propagating negative stereotypes against women, writes Alexander Chao PO ‘25.
Music derided as “basic” is often that which celebrates the resilience and power of women while challenging the existing culture intent on devaluing them, writes Eliza Powers PO ‘25.
Comments putting down your friend’s appearance can still be hurtful even if they aren’t very overt, writes Anna Tolkien CM ’24.
It is not the duty of feminists to educate men. Men should seek out education in pursuit of equality, writes Katherine O’Neill CM ’21.
Feminists need to spend much more effort on educating men — it’s the only way we’ll defeat sexism, argues Margot Rosenblatt SC ’23.
Kari Faux’s latest release, “CRY 4 HELP,” presents a vulnerability and compassion that is often missing from music.
An unprecedented four of five of the student government presidents at the Claremont Colleges are women of color this academic year. Shivani Kavuluru PZ ’19, Maya Love CM ’20, Julia Wang HM ’20, and Irene Yi SC ’19 are female presidents of Pitzer Senate, ASCMC, ASHMC, and SAS, respectively. ASPC
The struggle for gender equality has taken place in TSL’s pages throughout its history. It’s also been reflected in the composition of its staff. Today, approximately 60 percent of TSL’s senior staff members are female, but in the 1940s, women were severely underrepresented in senior positions. However, it seems that for one