December 2012 Issue
The Port Side‘s second issue for the 2012-2013 school year was published December 5, 2012. Check it out around the 5Cs, or read it here online!
What I Would Do to Speak to CMC’s Dean by Sam Kahr
Chlamydia in Claremont by Kristi Sun & Rae Brookshire: What’s going on between Claremont’s legs?
First Amendment Rights in College by Emma Brillhart & Lauren Sampson: Do we deserve the same liberties of speech as everyone else?
A Broken Budget with a Side of Fries by Andy Wright: The Coop hemorrhages money and seeks solutions to its financial woes.
Is Claremont a College Town? by Stephanie Steinbrecher: Keg parties and thrifty fashion in a profusion of fine dining and upscale boutiques.
Teach for America by Aly Minamide: Or “Developing a Resume” for America?
The Band-Aid of Affirmative Action by Maryl Evans: Are holistic admission processes fair?
A Microscopic Threat by Karun Kiani & Frances Wang: Meningitis: coming to an organism near you!
Drone Warfare: Legal, Ethical, Wise (?) by Jenna Hussein: Weighing the implications of controversial war tactics.
What is a Progressive Foreign Policy? by Julian Rippy: An aggressive military and little respect for the environment have historically held us back.
Spending Drunkenly + Solving Nothing by David Leathers: How we can fix American foreign policy.
Do We Care About Africa? by Donald Okpalugo: Curricular biases at the Claremont Colleges.
Fostering Fulbright by Emily Haynes: Weird students make Pitzer #1, but what about the other 5Cs?