Feature Stories Archive
Haitian-Canadian/American author and scholar Myriam J. A. Chancy was appointed in 2015 as the Hartley Burr Alexander Chair of the Humanities, Scripps College’s most prestigious, external endowed professorship.
Added: April 11, 2016
Scripps students Karen Chan ’17, a double major in biology and music, and Rachel Kahn ’17, a physics major, have been named Barry M. Goldwater Scholars for 2016. The Goldwater Scholarship is considered the most prestigious award in the United States bestowed upon undergraduates studying in the sciences.
Added: April 8, 2016
Though I have taken the majority of my classes at the other Claremont colleges, made lasting friendships on other campuses, and taken advantage of coed 5C clubs, when I graduate this May, I will proudly proclaim I attended a women’s college.
Added: April 4, 2016
Like clockwork, every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m., Scripps’ Seal Court becomes a hub of activity. The space begins to fill with students, faculty, and staff from The Claremont Colleges who drop by for a few minutes or an hour to share snacks and much-needed social time.
Added: March 30, 2016
– CLAREMONT, California – March 28, 2016 The Study Abroad and Global Education (SAGE) program is Scripps’ resource for students interested in studying abroad. Most students study away for one semester (either fall or spring) during their junior year; in fact, more than half of the Scripps junior class participates in a SAGE experience every year. For this slideshow, we […]
Added: March 28, 2016
Student dancers from the Scripps Dance program achieved regional and national recognition for their choreography and performances among 47 works presented at the American College Dance Conference—Baja Regional held at California State University, Los Angeles, on March 16-19.
Added: March 21, 2016
Winter 2016 highlights from Scripps Presents, a series of conversations, presentations, and performances featuring cultural icons and emerging changemakers at Scripps College.
Added: March 21, 2016
Susan Rankaitis holds the Fletcher Jones Chair of Studio Art at Scripps College. An artist herself, her works are most often defined as experimental photography or combined media. She has been included in over 100 museum exhibitions in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, and has been the recipient of three grants from the National Endowment for the Arts as well as a Flintridge Foundation Award in the Visual Arts and fellowships from the Avery, Borchard, Djerassi, Mellon and Graves Foundations. Rankaitis has been involved in collaborative projects with neuroscientist David Somers, dancer/choreographer John Pennington, biologist Robert Sinsheimer, poet Amy M. Wai Man and writer Paul Monette.
Added: March 9, 2016
Scripps Presents: Conversations kicks off its spring season on Thursday, March 29, with a conversation between novelist Danielle Dutton and Los Angeles–based writer Amina Cain about women in publishing. The season, which runs through April, also brings essayist and novelist Roxane Gay and poet Claudia Rankine to the Scripps College campus.
Added: March 3, 2016
– CLAREMONT, California – March 1, 2016 Ranked #80 on Forbes’ Top Colleges 2015 list, and #14 on its list of Top 25 Western Colleges, Scripps is well known and well regarded for its academics. But a quick step onto campus and visitors can see why it is also featured in The Princeton Review’s […]
Added: March 1, 2016