Archive for 'National Section'

Finding a Voice in an Epidemic

Gregg Bordowitz, a renowned writer and artist, visited Scripps College on Thursday evening to discuss the issues of silence behind the AIDS epidemic in New York in the early 1980’s

The Future is Not Far

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Towards the Singularity

In the first edition of “The First Step”, Columnist Alex Baude ponders the future and your place in making it

An Austin Parable

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Politics at the Movies

This week, Andy brings you a tale of two Austin filmmakers

George Will, Free Speech, and Creating Safe Spaces

Writers Nimrah Imam and Emily Long reply to some of the recent controversy surrounding Scripp’s uninviting of prominent pundit George Will

Check out the October 2014 Print Edition!

The Port Side‘s first issue for the 2014-2015 school year came out on Friday, October 10. Check out a copy online right now!

Reactions on “Yes Means Yes”

No Means No? Not Anymore. Rebecca prepares you for the Print Edition with this piece on the historic “Yes Means Yes” legislation

The Wizard of Oz and the PFA

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Tales from a Washington Wannabe

Columnist Maryl Evans shares her first few days studying in Washington, D.C. with you

The People Are Marching

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Opinions on Activism

Approximately 400,000 activists took to the streets to protest the treatment of our environment by both large corporations and the citizens themselves. Anna Balderston explains some facts and her opinions on the issue in the inaugural “Opinions on Activism”

Redefining Reality through Feminist Action

Janet Mock came to Claremont recently. Here’s what she had to say about redefining the real, feminism, and trans issues

Introversion Undefined

Professor Brian R. Little came to Pomona College last week to speak on introversion, one of the hottest topics in the college sphere

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The Battle for Consent Culture is Not Over

Summer Dowd-Lukesh demystifies consent, and calls for education. Her piece, while frightening, is incredibly necessary.

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