Professor Shimon Shetreet, who currently teaches at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, addressed the Claremont Community at last Thursday’s Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum lunch.
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Charles is excited by Obama’s “Year of Action,” but wishes we’d catch up to North Korea’s space program.
At 5:30 on November 25th, around two dozen students gathered at the Pitzer Mounds for a candlelight vigil to show support for the victims and families of victims affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines and Vietnam.
The Port Side‘s second issue for the 2013-2014 school year came out on Saturday, December 7th. Check out a copy online right now!
Notable Evolutionist Professor Joan Roughgarden recently gave a speech at HMC regarding gender and heteronormative diversity in STEM.
During a recent speech at Scripps, Rudi Veestraeten said that both the US and the EU need to get their “act together.” He stated, “If we want to continue to have [an] effective relationship [between the US and the EU,] we need to work.”
According to a demographer and associate director of the Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture at Trinity College, demographers who measure gender inequality worldwide fail to factor in a crucial yet oft-ignored dimension into their analyses: secularism.
On Tuesday, November 5th, Lan Anh Hoang of the University of Melbourne spoke at Pomona about the sexuality of female Vietnamese migrant workers in Taiwan, and how it is often stereotypically presented.
After spending two months in Denmark, Ben has gotten some perspective on how we think about families in America.
When Enrique Peña Nieto assumed executive control of Mexico last December, he inherited a bloody and costly war. By the time Peña Nieto was inaugurated, the war fought between the government and various drug syndicates had been going on for six years.
The City of Sochi’s preparations to host the upcoming 2014 Winter Olympic Games have been largely overshadowed by anti-gay legislation the Russian Parliament passed this year and the condemnation the country has received in response.
Columnist Lexie Kelly has found “a present-day shrine to the Generalísimo in an ordinary truck-stop’s clothing.” Read about “Close Encounters of the Neo-Falangist Kind, or How I learned to Stop Worrying (sort of) and Embrace My Own Staggering Ignorance in the Face of Pretty Much Everything”