October 14, 2019
“Our midnight smudging celebration, where sage is burned for purification, is a time and a space for Native students,” says Carolann Duro ’20. “I’m always challenging the institution to improve resources and community for Indigenous students, but it’s moments like these when I am grateful for the resources we do have and the Native community that is present on these campuses.”
October 7, 2019
By Samantha Quach Most know Niyati Narang ’20 as the current president of Scripps Associated Students (SAS), but few know what that actually looks like. As part of my position as an editorial assistant and student writer in Scripps’ Office of Marketing and Communications, I joined Narang to find out about a day in the […]
September 12, 2019
Scripps College welcomes its newest students!
September 10, 2019
Gazing up at the stars, Kiana Harnish ’23 considered the search for water, and thus life, on planets beyond Earth. Along with 29 other first-year students from Claremont McKenna, Pitzer, and Scripps Colleges, Harnish was at the Griffith Observatory’s planetarium show, Water is Life, one of the field trips organized by the Summer Science Immersion […]
September 4, 2019
Emma Garval ’21 received first-place honors in the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences’ (NIEHS) communication challenge, in which NIEHS summer interns presented their research in less than three minutes. Garval’s research focused on the relationship between obesity and changes to what’s referred to as one’s “epigenetic clock.” She found a correlation between obesity and […]
August 29, 2019
On Wednesday, August 28, 2019, 238 first-year students and 20 transfer students settled into their new homes away from home.
August 27, 2019
As stores around the country advertise back-to-college shopping events, Scripps students know that the best deals are to be found right on campus.
August 22, 2019
Devika Chipalkatti ’22 spoke to WIRED about gender bias in the tech industry and the issues it’s raised for women pursuing careers in the field.
August 15, 2019
Politics major Mackenzie Rutherford ’21 spent the summer in Oakland, California, as an intern at Critical Resistance, a member-led, grassroots movement that seeks to build an international movement to end the prison industrial complex.
August 9, 2019
Evie Kaufman ’20 spends her days poring over blueprints, studying architects, and considering how the built environment—the human-made spaces in which people live, work, and recreate—influences individuals and communities.