December 3, 2018
The Self, Virtue, and Public Life, a research initiative based at the University of Oklahoma, recently covered the research of Michael Spezio, associate professor of psychology and neuroscience.
November 27, 2018
Barbara Arnwine ’73 was quoted in a Washington Post column about the role of black men in organizing to defend black women against insulting remarks made by President Trump.
October 31, 2018
Jenn Wells, assistant dean and director of Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE), published an article in the Journal of School & Society, “Facilitating Student Autonomy, Navigating Community, and Advancing Social Justice on Campus.”
October 2, 2018
The Huffington Post reported that Gabby Giffords ’93, former Arizona Democratic congressmember who survived an assassination attempt in 2011, will begin campaigning across the country to bolster the midterm campaigns of Democrats who support gun control.
October 2, 2018
The Washington Post featured Scripps’ sustainability coordinator, Tiffany Ortamond, in an article about the campus’s efforts to reduce waste.
September 25, 2018
Scripps alum Madeline Sy ’18 was featured in a U.S. News article on why students chose their colleges. The English major was drawn to Scripps because of its membership in The Claremont Colleges, its clubs and organizations, and its senior thesis requirement.
September 13, 2018
Scripps’ Director of Admissions Laura Stratton was quoted in an article by U.S. News, “Pros, Cons of Writing a College Essay on Diversity.” The article focuses on college admissions essays and the ways in which students can tackle difficult writing prompts.
August 30, 2018
As reported by The Los Angeles Times, California lawmakers drafted a bill that would require women to be included on the boards of directors of firms headquartered in California by 2019.
August 13, 2018
Formerly the deputy director of audience engagement at the Los Angeles Times, Michelle Maltais ’94 was named the consumer editor for USA Today.
July 26, 2018
Stacey Wood, professor of psychology and Molly Mason Jones chair in psychology, has shared the results of her research published in The Journal of Experimental Psychology with The Conversation. She and her co-researchers studied consumer vulnerability to mass-marketing scams.