In the Media (page 6)

January 23, 2020

In the Media: Pae White ’85 Installs Large-Scale Artwork at Beverly Center, Los Angeles Times Reports

If you’ve enjoyed the eye-catching new artwork decorating the Beverly Center’s escalators, thank Pae White ’85. The Los Angeles Times reported that “Moonsets for a Sunrise” and “Day for Night for Day” have been installed on the escalators’ walls.

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In the Media: Rivka Weinberg Pens Op-Ed on Moral Crimes for the New York Times

Professor of Philosophy Rivka Weinberg addresses moral crimes, upstander vs. bystander realities, and the lessons of the Holocaust in an op-ed for the New York Times.

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January 21, 2020

In the Media: New York Times Remembers Norma Tanega ’60

The New York Times remembered musician, artist, and teacher Norma Tanega ’60, who passed away earlier this month from colon cancer. Her best-known song, “Walkin’ My Cat Named Dog,” was released in 1966 and reached No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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January 13, 2020

In the Media: Lahnna Catalino Discusses Prioritizing Positivity on Science of Happiness Podcast

Assistant Professor of Psychology Lahnna Catalino discussed her research on prioritizing positivity on the Science of Happiness podcast. Catalino conducted a survey that examined how much time people made in their daily routines to pursue activities they loved.

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January 9, 2020

In the Media: House of Representatives Holds Moment of Silence for Anniversary of Attack on Gabby Giffords ’93, The Hill Reports

The Hill reported that the House of Representatives held a moment of silence to mark the ninth anniversary of the 2011 Tucson shooting, in which six people were killed and former Rep. Gabby Giffords ’93 was severely injured. Rep. Anne Kirkpatrick, who called for the moment of silence, said: “Gabby had been my mentor in the state legislature, somebody I looked up to, admired. […] She’s just outstanding in every way.”

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January 3, 2020

In the Media: T.S. Eliot’s Letters to Scripps Instructor Emily Hale to Be Unveiled, Reports New York Times

Poet T.S. Eliot’s letters to Emily Hale, who taught drama at Scripps in the 1930s, will be unveiled to the public for the first time, the New York Times reported. Eliot wrote approximately 1,000 letters to Hale, and scholars, who believe Hale was his close friend and muse, hope the letters will reveal additional insight into the poet’s life, work, and relationships.

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December 20, 2019

In the Media: Professor of Economics Roberto Pedace Examines Hollywood Pay Gap in The Conversation

Professor of Economics Roberto Pedace examines Hollywood’s gender pay gap in an op-ed for The Conversation, arguing that discrimination plays a role in Hollywood salaries.

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November 4, 2019

In the Media: Betye Saar Honored at LACMA Gala

Artist Betye Saar was honored at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s ninth annual Art + Film gala, alongside director Alfonso Cuarón, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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November 1, 2019

In the Media: Michael Barbaro Speaks to Spectrum News at Scripps College

Michael Barbaro, host of New York Times podcast The Daily, spoke to Spectrum News before his appearance at Scripps’ signature event series, Scripps Presents.

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October 25, 2019

In the Media: KPCC and Daily Bulletin Highlight Professor Hao Huang’s Commemorative L.A. Chinatown Massacre Performance

Professor of Music and Bessie and Cecil Frankel Endowed Chair in Music Hao Huang spoke to KPCC about his curation of the commemorative L.A. Chinatown Massacre performance.

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