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Welcome to the Mindfulness Space Blog

By Claire Partridge, Matiaslan Ceccarelli, and Medha Gelli Our systems mapping demonstrated to us the many obstacles that come in the way of a college student receiving adequate mental health care. Thus, we intentionally made this a free, accessible space in order to meet the needs of all 5C students … READ MORE

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How Might We Empower Students to Find Reliable, Accessible Sexual Health Resources?

by Julienne Ho, James Lucassen, Max Hui, and McKenna Blinman Content warning: mentions of sexual assault Note: names of interviewees are changed to protect their privacy This summer, our team of four 5C students had the privilege of participating in the Summer Fellowship run by the Hive. The prompt of the fellowship  challenged us to […]

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The Oasis: A Gathering Place for Student Connection Centered Around the Importance of Water

by Brian Bishop and Katja Reich Our design process began earlier than others in the Hive Summer Fellowship – starting in Shannon Randolph’s class, Design for Environmental Behavior Change. Our group was partnered with Brian, Anaa, and Lamah – the three founders of the social enterprise Didomi. Didomi creates high-quality water bottles and uses the […]

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Reframing Mental Health: Universal Design and Accommodations

by Cynthia Briseño, Samantha Quach and Lily Hibbard A promising solution designed to address the disconnect between students and faculty regarding academic accommodations as The Claremont Colleges prepare to welcome everyone back to campus.   A glimpse into our work in progress: Zine cover art for both faculty and students – We three Scripps College […]

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The Root of the Problem

by Aashna Saraf On 25th March 2020, India announced a nationwide lockdown due to COVID-19. It’s been over 400 days since and schools have still been ordered to conduct remote learning. While older students could begrudgingly bear through zoom lectures and classes, the littlest learners were left behind in what some might call the greatest […]

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Breaking Tradition and Utilizing Creativity in Musical Theater Performance

by Nick Endicott Last semester, Giovanni Ortega of Pomona applied for a Course Development Grant from the Hive to assist in producing the Theater Department’s mainstage musical, Little Women. But due to constraints posed by COVID, the production had to be pushed to the spring. Not letting the allotment go to waste, the grant was […]

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