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Scripps College Class of 2020 Infographic

August 25, 2016

This fall Scripps College is proud to welcome another remarkable group of first-year students to campus. The infographic below provides a snapshot of who they are, where they come from, and what they have accomplished to get here.

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Salle Yoo ’92 is Uber General Counsel, Featured in Fortune.com as a Top Woman Lawyer in America

August 24, 2016

– CLAREMONT, California – August 24, 2016   Scripps College alumna Salle Yoo ’92, general counsel of Uber Technologies, recently was featured in Fortune.com as a role model for other women aspiring to top positions in the legal profession. Yoo said she was determined to make partner while at San Francisco-based law firm Davis Wright […]

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Scripps Campus: NEW Hall Scripps’ Newest Residence Is Now Open

August 23, 2016

Students, faculty, and staff who have been away for summer break may notice a big change on campus as they make their way back to the College this week. The green construction fences to the north of the Sallie Tiernan Field House are gone, and NEW Hall, Scripps’ newest residence hall, is open and ready for students and visitors. Under construction since May 2015, the residence will house first-years as well as returning students.

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Scripps Alumna Poppy MacDonald ’97 Named President of POLITICO U.S.

August 8, 2016

Poppy MacDonald ’97 has been named president of POLITICO U.S., according to CNN Money. MacDonald, who helped launch POLITICO Pro in 2010, rejoins the company from The National Journal, where she has been serving as publisher and president.

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Scripps College Emerita of Art Samella Lewis’ Work Showcased at Wright Museum of African American History and Stella Jones Gallery

June 28, 2016

– CLAREMONT, California – June 28, 2016 Scripps College Professor Emerita of Art Samella Lewis, who was the first tenured African American professor at The Claremont Colleges and whose work has influenced African American art and culture for decades, headlines a major exhibit at the Museum of African American History in Detroit through September 18, […]

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Spotlight on Faculty: Nathalie Rachlin Margaret McKenzie, Distinguished Professorship in Modern Foreign Languages

June 28, 2016

Nathalie Rachlin, Margaret McKenzie Distinguished Professorship in Modern Foreign Languages, is Professor of French at Scripps College, where she teaches French literature, culture, and cinema, as well as a variety of courses for Scripps’ Core Curriculum in the Interdisciplinary Humanities.

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