Remy Pinson

Remy Pinson is an Economics and Philosophy dual major from a town you've probably never heard of in New York, except if you watch Mad Men (Rye, NY). He plays basketball for the Stags, enjoys reading for pleasure, and has recently discovered his affinity for writing.

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William James, the father of a school of thought commonly known as pragmatism, argued for the claim that an idea is only true if it is useful, and that...

By: Remy Pinson | Oct 10, 2013
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My articles always begin with the click of a keyboard. Without fail, I open Word, let my thoughts roam freely, and begin recording them on a piece of virtual,...

By: Remy Pinson | Sep 10, 2013

This past Saturday, Claremont McKenna College’s Model United Nations team hosted a high school MUN Conference to outstanding success. Spanning almost two full days, McKenna MUN 1 – the inaugural conference in what many hope can become an annual tradition – boasted the participation of eleven High Schools, many of whose students expressed that they were very pleased...

By: Remy Pinson | Apr 16, 2013

In the past year, the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance’s prestigious Robert Day Scholar Program has undergone some structural changes. The changes are being hailed as improvements to the program intended to address certain issues regarding the diversity of interests of applicants, and the extent to which Scholars are interested in finance. Ultimately, the most...

By: Remy Pinson | Apr 12, 2013

At Senate on Monday an amendment to the ASCMC Constitution was proposed regarding a significant re-structuring of Senate. Ian O’Grady, Chair of the Administrative and Budgetary Committee, stressed that the amendment “is designed to increase interest among the student body on top of encouraging current Senators to deepen their involvement.” It also aims to tackle...

By: Remy Pinson | Feb 27, 2013
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When students received the Party Inform two Wednesdays ago, the reaction went a little like this: “Oh look, the Party Inform is out! Thursday C-Hall...

By: Remy Pinson | Dec 11, 2012
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We all know the feeling; everything becomes secondarily important until every word is read, from cover to cover. Good books have an incredible knack for...

By: Remy Pinson | Nov 06, 2012

As I sat down to conduct my very first interview as a journalist, it was impossible not to grasp the irony of the moment. Armed with my notebook, my pen, and my wits (having forgotten a recording device), I found myself sitting across from a giant of the journalism industry. Hedrick Smith, a Pulitzer Prize-winning, 50-year veteran reporter who has written for the New York...

By: Remy Pinson | Sep 20, 2012

Nature had always been something I was fairly indifferent towards—huge trees, massive rocks, cool rivers, what’s the big deal? But on my recent trip to beautiful Yosemite National Park, my indifference was replaced with a newfound fascination. There was something this time that had been hidden before or that I had previously been ignoring. From afar, as I peered through...

By: Remy Pinson | Jul 10, 2012