Last night, the Pomona Student Union hosted a panel on the Supreme Court case, McCullen v. Coakley. Here’s a summary of how the discussion went, and what it means for you.
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Jocelyn Goldfein, Director of Engineering at Facebook, spoke on January 29 about her experiences as a woman in a technology field and how she has created her own path in life.
Why does feminism continue to be a controversial topic? Contributing writer Delphine Burns explores the issue in anticipation of our March Print Edition
Leading up to our imminent feminism-themed issue, Staff Writer Nick Browne interviewed sources across the 5Cs concerning online male rights sites.
This Saturday, The American Institute for Progressive Democracy (TAIPD) will be hosting a conference at Scripps College focused around water. The conference will be divided into four sections of descending scale, finally focusing in on Southern California. With our area going through a drought that’s being called the “worst in 500 years,” it is monumentally important that people sit up and pay attention to this issue.
Eve Ensler, activist and author of The Vagina Monologues, discussed her pursuit to end violence against women and girls during a recent lunch at the Athenaeum.
Charles reveals what the leaders of the world are really up to this Valentine’s Day.
In President Obama’s State of the Union address, he promised to take actions on a myriad of issues ranging from implementing stricter gun control laws to working with states and utilities to limit carbon pollution while funding more clean energy programs. But what about Feminism?
Charles is excited by Obama’s “Year of Action,” but wishes we’d catch up to North Korea’s space program.
Didn’t catch the State of the Union address? Senior Staff Writer Emelyn Foxen summarized it for you.
Dr. Kelly Mack, Executive Director of Project Kaleidoscope at the Association of American Colleges and Universities, gave her Nelson Lecture on October 24. She spoke about the roles of gender and race in STEM fields, and how these factors affect not just these women but science and society as a whole.
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!