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    What Really Happened to Pitzer’s Lost $40,000


     The news that $40,000 recently vanished from the Pitzer College Student Senate budget at the end of last semester was recently broken by the The Student Life, to much outrage and confusion. However, while the TSL left this mystery very much open-ended, the incredible investigative minds at the Golden Antlers have pieced together a list […] More

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    Grandparent Approved Theses


     After 3.5 transformative years at a liberal arts college, you’re excited to write and present the culmination of all of your hard work: your senior thesis. As a Feminist/Gender Studies and English Literature double major, you chose to write your thesis on erotic Lesbian poetry in the 1800s. Naturally. However, the thought of explaining this […] More

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    Last Minute Halloweekend Costumes


     Halloweekend is approaching fast and let’s be honest, you haven’t put together three costumes yet for every night of regret. We here at the Golden Antlers understand that you don’t want to do a cliche outfit like a cat, lifeguard, or even the overused trash bag. So here’s a list of completely easy to make […] More

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    Where the Fuck is Oldenborg?: A Pocket Guide for Seniors Who Still Don’t Know Where Things are After 3 Years


     I know what you’re thinking, “I’ve been here for so long already, after spending 3 years in Claremont, I know I can draw an exact map of each of the campuses and include the topography and geographical coordinates of important buildings on it.” But we all know that you spent too many nights crawling around […] More

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    White Supremacists Find Love in “Claremont Independent” Comment Section


     While there’s been plenty of bad news both in Claremont and outside the bubble lately, today brought a bright announcement from the city of trees and PhDs. White supremacists William Joe Simmons and Jamie Colescott, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Cleveland, Ohio, respectively, today announced that they are planning to marry and reside in Claremont, […] More

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    Administration: Survivors of Sexual Assault Must Win Singing Competition to Earn Resources


     A recent announcement by the Council of 5C Presidents states that survivors of sexual assault must win national singing contests in order to earn support and resources from the administration. “It’s not that we don’t care about survivors,” said CMC President Hiram Chodosh. “We just don’t care about survivors who can’t sing incredibly well. Let […] More

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    Pitzer Student Activists Reach Record Number Of Facebook Likes


     Student activism reached a historic milestone this week when Pitzer sophomore Rebecca McAngel announced on Facebook that she was “excited that we have reached a record number of likes in response to our latest innovative, social media-driven initiative!” Pitzer students and faculty are still trying to process the uniquely impactful news. The “we” in McAngel’s […] More