Spring 2019
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

A Scripps education teaches students to think critically, tolerate ambiguity, encounter difference with curiosity, and problem solve by reaching for new perspectives and lines of inquiry. Across the globe, our students, faculty, and alumnae are using these skills to tackle issues of international relevance – bringing the world to Scripps and ...

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ARCHIVES

Spring 2018

At Scripps, performing arts events not only enliven the campus, they also underscore our approach to...

Winter 2018

Over the past few months, I’ve had the pleasure of traveling with Scripps students, faculty, a...

Fall 2017

As the fall semester begins, I am reminded that one of the most fulfilling aspects of my job is witn...

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There are many options available for you to enjoy reading our archived magazines. For the animated v...

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BROWSING ROOM

From the Archives 

The Bessie Bartlett Frankel Collection of Travel and Early Los Angeles Music This postcard from the ...

Special Remembrances

Ellen Hutchinson Ellis ’39 Ellen Hutchinson Ellis ’39, of Pasadena, California, on June 19, 2018...

News Flash

New Hall Naming When NEW Hall opened in fall 2016, the “NEW” designation seemed apt. This fall, ...

Alumnae Mapped

There are around 9,883 Scripps Alumnae living in the United States, where 4,907 alumnae call Califor...

Celebrating Mark Herron

In June, Mark Herron completed a four-year term as chair of the Board. He has been a trustee of the ...

An Interview With Lynne Thompson ’72

On July 1, Lynne Thompson ’72 stepped into a new role as chair of the Scripps College Board of Tru...



FEATURED STORIES

SAGE Wisdom

Study Abroad and Global Education (SAGE) is a unique academic opportunity for Scripps College studen...

Colorful letters EUUS

Parallel Unions

In 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union (EU) in a move known as “Brexit.” ...

image of Britain's flag

London Bridge

When Valerie Whitacre ’08 visits the Arts Club in London, founded in 1863 as a haven for those wit...

Two people and a dog standing in an icy landscape

A Latitude Beyond

Standing in the tide pools at El Matador Beach in Malibu, California, Branwen Williams, associate pr...

colorful art depicting active women

A Pivotal Year

Illustrations by Janice Chang They start with an ambition: Examine how journalism is produced in cou...

An image of Professor Thierry Boucquey

Focus on the Faculty

The first thing to know about Professor of French Thierry Boucquey is that he has a personal motto. ...



ALUMNAE NEWS

PostScripps

This past July, I joined colleagues from France, Ghana, Spain, and Scotland in Tbilisi, Georgia, to ...

Remembering Heath Stokes Campbell ’63

This spring, the Class of 1963 celebrated their 55th reunion. They write: Our reunion was one of joy...

From the Parent Leadership Council CoChairs

As another school year begins and we embark on our second year as Scripps Parent Leadership Council ...

ManuScripps

Jennifer Engel ’78 (Collaboration with Marie Ostman Berman ’77) Raven in White Sneakers The rave...

Letter from the Alumnae Association President

I’m especially excited to be working with Juanita Nash-Dahlen ’72, the association’s new presi...

About Scripps Magazine

Staff and Contributors  Binti Harvey Vice President for External Relations and Institutional Advanc...

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