An image of Kingston Hall in the evening.

OPINION: HMC Admin Must Do Better in Addressing Student Needs

by Bhavana Bheem

“Just stop caring and stop trying and it won’t be as hard.” These are usually the words of a second-semester senior trying to coast through the last few weeks of classes. However, for far too many Harvey Mudd students, these words instead reflect a growing frustration and apathy toward the HMC administration. Continue reading OPINION: HMC Admin Must Do Better in Addressing Student Needs

Life Upended: Coronavirus

At noon on March 11, Mudders in the Hoch-Shanahan Dining Commons looked to each other in shock and confusion as they read two emails that promised to upend their lives and dash all hopes of what second semester of the 2019-2020 academic year might look like. The emails announced that Harvey Mudd College was strongly encouraging all students to move out for the remainder of the spring semester, due to the rapid spread of COVID-19, a coronavirus that first emerged in Wuhan, China, in Dec. 2019. For the next few days, there was only one topic of conversation around campus: coronavirus. Continue reading Life Upended: Coronavirus

Top Toilets

By Hannah Larson & Rachel Schibler

In the 3.75 years that we have been at Harvey Mudd, a lot has changed and many things have gone in surprising and unexpected ways. The one thing we can always rely on is our need to use the bathroom and our desire to write an article sharing our knowledge of porcelain thrones with the rest of the Mudd community. As we graduate from Mudd, so too will these bathrooms*, and we would like to honor those friends and toilets that have always been there for us by granting them senior superlatives. Continue reading Top Toilets