March 7, 2018
Scripps College is highlighted in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education for its “high-profile 2018 Commencement speaker,” civil rights activist and award-winning journalist Charlayne Hunter-Gault.
March 2, 2018
On the eve of the 2018 Academy Awards, Roberto Pedace, professor of economics at Scripps College, spoke on NPR’s 1A on diversity in film and what changes in representation mean for Hollywood’s bottom line.
February 19, 2018
Sean Flynn, associate professor of economics at Scripps College, offers warnings on how current plans for federal spending as approved by the U.S. Congress can have dire long-term future effects on education, health care, and Social Security benefits, in a recent article published in U.S.News & World Report.
February 6, 2018
Pussyhat creator Krista Suh's recent presentation at Scripps College made a personal impression on Inland Valley Daily Bulletin columnist David Allen.
December 13, 2017
Scripps College alumna Betsy Smith, a member of the College's board of trustees since 1995, has been named president and chief executive of Central Park Conservancy in New York, according to an article in The New York Times.
December 12, 2017
Vanessa Tyson, assistant professor of politics at Scripps College, was invited to provide commentary on Wisconsin Public Radio following Monday's news conference in New York by three women who renewed their allegations of sexual misconduct against President Donald Trump.
November 20, 2017
In a recent Vice article, Scripps College Professor Lahnna Catalino points out in her research on “prioritizing positivity” that structuring your day around activities that make you feel happy can boost your well-being.
November 6, 2017
Assistant Professor of Biology Lars Schmitz comments on the evolutionary behavior of early mammals in a recent article in Science magazine.
October 31, 2017
A poem by Lynne Thompson '72, Dirge for Murdered Black Girls, was recently featured in the San Francisco Chronicle.
September 12, 2017
Scripps College professor of art Ken Gonzales-Day's works on identity and construction of race are the subject of LA Weekly's featured video interview as the Getty's expansive arts initiative Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA opens in dozens of cultural institutions across Southern California.