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Citizen’s Power

September 25, 2014 – Tia Ho's recent experience with the European Union Center of California highlights the unique relationship between Scripps College and a global superpower.

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A Kaleidoscope of Interests

September 10, 2014 – Scripps College students continue a tradition of groundbreaking research this week with the second annual Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium.

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David Kawalko Roselli talks book research, Core, and the state of higher education

September 9, 2014 – Elizabeth Hubert Malott Endowed Chair for the Core Curriculum In Interdisciplinary Humanities Professor David Kawalko Roselli updates the College on summer projects, recent challenges with planning Core, and his 2014 academic convocation speech.

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The Responsibility to Protect

September 24, 2014 – The European Union Center of California invites you to explore the moral and ethical boundaries around protecting people in a two-day conference honoring war hero Jan Karski.

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Scripps College Interrogates the Sound of Silence

September 12, 2014 – Is silence the absence of sound? Is it a refusal to speak – or an inability to respond? What are the politics of silence? How is silence enjoyed, mandated, or inflicted? How are silence and gender related? This fall, the Scripps College Humanities Institute explores the theory and practice of silence: voluntary and coerced, solitary and communal, literal and metaphoric.

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U.S. News & World Report Ranks Scripps College 24th Best Liberal Arts College in Nation

September 9, 2014 – U.S. News & World Report ranks Scripps College 24th on its annual list of America’s best liberal arts colleges. Key contributing factors to Scripps’ top-tier position included scores for lowest student debt, high school counselor assessment, small classes, and student-faculty ratio.

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