Opinion

On my way to my grandparents’ house in Carson, CA, I board the Blue Line, which passes through neighborhoods in the heart of what was formerly known as “South Central,” and after finally leaving Los Angeles, enters Compton, the small city neighboring my hometown. Anyone who has listened to or heard...

By: Chris Jackson | Dec 15, 2014

Following a successful EP and first full-length album, WALK THE MOON debuted “TALKING IS HARD” last Friday. The Cincinnati-based indie pop band was...

By: Stephanie Mace | Dec 12, 2014

Special thanks to Cyn Njideka PZ ’15 for her help editing this piece. I am a white male, born to two white, upper-middle class parents, and raised...

By: Tyler Sonnemaker | Nov 20, 2014

Whether you’re playing Frisbee in Mid-Quad or attending “Scream on the Green” at the lawn outside of Kravis, you will feel something most Californians...

By: Vivan Marwaha | Nov 13, 2014

Everyone Has the Right to Their Own Opinion Perhaps, upon opening this article, you’re already rolling your eyes.  Perhaps you expect me to join the...

By: Clancy Tripp | Nov 10, 2014

On Monday, September 15, the CMC Athenaeum brought Janet Mock as their first speaker to a fully reserved dinner and a long line of students hoping to...

By: Jordan Bosiljevac | Sep 26, 2014

Reprinted on the Forum with ASCMC’s permission. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the Forum staff or editorial board. Many...

By: Ben Tillotson | Sep 26, 2014

I’m not going to summarize political scientist Charles Murray’s recent Ath talk here because if I do, the stress will probably give me a heart attack....

By: Liat Kaplan | Apr 24, 2014

Charles Murray is the famous, or perhaps infamous, author of several political science books including Coming Apart, a book that explores the growing...

By: Hannah Bottum | Apr 24, 2014

When I was admitted to CMC I was obsessed with finding out everything I could before coming on campus.  I spent enormous amounts of time trolling College...

By: Clancy Tripp | Apr 23, 2014