Feature Stories Archive

Wild for Research

Costa Rica serves as home base for two amazing research opportunities for Scripps College students and faculty.

Added: November 24, 2014

CMS Round-up: Athenas Soccer

Having secured the best conference record since 2009, women's soccer is poised to return in fall 2015 stronger and faster than ever. We reached out to Scripps teammates to see why they love their sport, and this is what they told us.

Added: November 21, 2014

Athenas Volleyball ascends to NCAA competition

For the first time in team history, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) Athenas volleyball advances to the NCAA Division III Volleyball Championships after a decisive victory over Trinity College on November 16.

Added: November 18, 2014

Opportunity knocks twice

Shravya Raju ’16 found multiple research opportunities when she came to Scripps College – including the chance to present her findings at one of the most prestigious conferences in her field.

Added: November 18, 2014

Scripps Students Tackle the Financial Sector

For members of the Scripps College Student Investment Fund, buying and selling stock is just another part of their education.

Added: November 13, 2014

Claremont Colleges Against Cancer

Scripps College hosts a series of cancer awareness events in partnership with students from the Claremont Colleges Against Cancer. The most recent event was the 5k Pinkathon run that focused on raising funds for the fight against breast cancer. Students from the 5Cs teamed up to launch the second annual run with the sponsorship of the American Relay for Life.

Added: November 12, 2014


A lifelong fascination with art pushes Rachel Teannalach '03 to both promote and create it.

Added: November 10, 2014

Athenas Cross Country Wins First Place at 2014 SCIAC Championships

For the third consecutive year and the eleventh time in the history, the CMS Athenas cross-country team finished first in the SCIAC championships.

Added: November 7, 2014

Faculty Profile: Martha Gonzalez

In a recent session of Martha Gonzalez’ popular Fandango course, she taught the group of seven assembled students to play the eight-string jarana, the main instrument in the musical style of son jarocho.

Added: November 5, 2014

Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack

Over a two day period in October, anti-racism activist Peggy McIntosh engaged the Scripps community in a series of public lectures, small group meetings, and discussions with administrators on privilege systems and the concept of “experts.”

Added: November 5, 2014