October 2012 Issue
The Port Side‘s first issue for the 2012-2013 school year was published October 18, 2012. Check it out around the 5Cs, or read it here online!
Quarks, Neutrinos and Fiscal Policy by Sam Kahr
Hitting the Campaign Trail by David Leathers: Taking the fight beyond Claremont’s borders.
Challenges of Non-Work Study by Stephanie Steinbrecher & Kristi Sun: Students find it increasingly difficult to secure non-work study jobs.
Silent Suffering by Simone Butler & Michelle Saipe: Rape at the Claremont Colleges: to report or not to report.
The Devil’s Bargain by Jeany Larsen & Rae Brookshire: Escalating prices of water force colleges to become more sustainable.
Patriotism at the 5Cs by Emily Haynes: Differences in defining dedication to our country.
Shoot to Kill by Sridhar Poddar: August shootings call attention to gun control issues.
Navajo Hipster Panties Gone Awry by Arielle Zionts: Offensive fashion trends in popular culture.
Breaking Down Barriers by Emily Hayes: DREAM & DACA acts give undocumented students a bright future.
A Clash of Ignorance by Ellie Yusuf: Muslims react to defamation of Muhammad via YouTube video.
Dangerous Compromises by Aidan Orly: Living abroad is fraught with problems, both seen and unseen.
Study Abroad, Worth the Risk? by Lauren Sampson: Despite fetishization, many study abroad programs leave students disillusioned.