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November 11, 2016

Elizabeth Payne LaBau ’03 Featured in Washington Post

Elizabeth Payne LaBau ’03, a dessert blogger, is featured in a Washington Post article about entrepreneurs whose online businesses are considered influencers through the power of social media and are growing a “mini-economy” as a viable marketing model.

November 11, 2016

Stephanie Park ’13 Awarded Prestigious Capital Fellows Internship with California Senate

  Stephanie Park ’13 has been awarded a 2016–2017 California Senate Fellowship, one of four fellowships administered by the Capital Fellows Program. Majoring in the humanities: interdisciplinary studies in culture and minoring in ethnomusicology, Park graduated summa cum laude from Scripps College and was subsequently awarded a Fulbright Scholar teaching assistantship in South Korea. She […]

November 10, 2016

Scripps and Pomona Dance present “In The Works…” A Concert of Student Danceworks

“In The Works…” is the annual fall concert by students of the Scripps and Pomona Colleges dance programs.  The concert will take place Thursday, Friday, Saturday, December 1, 2, and 3 at 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 3 at 2:00 p.m. in the Pendleton Dance Center, Pomona College.  General admission is $5 and tickets will […]

November 7, 2016

Vote Won’t End Ugly Politics, Says Vanessa Tyson in SF Chronicle Article

The weekend before Election Day, associate professor Vanessa Tyson was quoted in a San Francisco Chronicle article about what to expect following the nastiness of the presidential campaign between contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Tyson is assistant professor of politics at Scripps College and author of the recently published book, Twists of Fate: Multiracial Coalitions and Minority […]

November 7, 2016

Scripps Magazine: The Election Issue

“Regardless of your view of the current state of U.S. politics, presidential races offer important teachable moments for society at large, and institutions of higher education in particular, as we reflect on the candidates, the issues, and the electoral system in the context of our identity as a nation.”

November 1, 2016

Prof. Vanessa Tyson to Offer Election Night Commentary at FOX-LA

 Vanessa Tyson, assistant professor of politics at Scripps College, will offer live commentary as an election-night guest in the FOX-LA news studio in Los Angeles on Nov. 8. Professor Tyson will offer non-partisan commentary on national politics, the election, and state propositions during the television station’s election night reporting, including appearances on the 5pm, 5:30pm […]

October 31, 2016

CMS Athenas Earn Their Fourth SCIAC Championship

The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's volleyball team earned the fourth regular season championship in program history with the three set win over Redlands. The Athenas finish the regular season in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with a 14-2 record.

October 20, 2016

World Premiere Performance of Japanese Noh Theatre at Scripps

World premiere performance of Japanese Noh theatre at Claremont’s Scripps College introduces American audiences to oldest major theatre art still performed today On October 29, 2016, Scripps College in Claremont, Calif., celebrates Japanese Noh theatre, the oldest major theatre art still performed in the present-day, with a suite of cultural and artistic events. These events […]

October 20, 2016

Department of Justice Awards $749,998 to Claremont Colleges

Department of Justice Awards $749,998 to Claremont Colleges to Address Sexual Violence, Dating/Domestic Violence, and Stalking on Campuses The Department of Justice (DOJ) Office on Violence Against Women recently announced The Claremont Colleges will receive a grant totaling $749,998 to help students who are victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. The DOJ […]

October 19, 2016

Professor’s Work With ‘Robomussels’ Helps Track Climate Change

Associate professor of biology Sarah Gilman has co-authored a paper that was recently published in Nature—Scientific Data about a team of multi-institutional scientists’ use of tiny “robomussels” that serve as a barometer for oceanic climate change.