Amy Baer ’05 embraced the music scene at Scripps College, sparking her career as a successful film composer.
Research opportunities are prized by undergraduate students. Mackenzie Leake ’15 already has two major projects on her resume.
A partnership among Scripps College, Occidental College, and the Fullbridge Program provides intensive student training for the job market – and it’s already secured one Scripps student an internship.
Scripps College Professor Ken Gonzales-Day’s “Erased Lynchings” is Topic of New York City’s WBAI 99.5 FM Interview
Professor of Art Ken Gonzales-Day, an internationally acclaimed Los Angeles-based artist known for his thought-provoking photographs, was recently featured on New York’s progressive radio station WBAI 99.5 FM to challenge the misperception that lynchings didn’t occur in California.
By the time Dana Von Schaumberg ’14 graduates this May, she’ll already have years of teaching experience on her resumé. And it will come in handy when she joins Teach for America for a two-year stint.
Jade Ulrich ’14 and Susie Ferrell ’15 use cutting-edge technology to raise awareness for the feminist perspective in our digital landscape.
Scripps College Academy continues to capture the attention of regional journalists and, as a result, the college-preparatory program was recently featured on a popular Los Angeles-based Spanish-language news radio talk show.
Prominent conservative columnist and author Peggy Noonan joined the Scripps College community for a lively and perceptive talk February 6 – and it struck quite a chord with students.
“Remember, Rebuild, and Sustain: Walang Iwanan,” a typhoon relief benefit concert organized by Scripps College faculty and students, raised more than $3,200 February 2 as it celebrated the beauty and resilience of Filipino culture.
Erma Taylor O’Brien Distinguished Visiting Professor Aishah Shahidah Simmons joins the Scripps College community this semester with a series of talks and lectures, starting with a discussion this week at 7:00pm on February 13 in the Humanities Auditorium.