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November 14, 2018

Scripps Presents: Glory Edim

Glory Edim brings together communities of book fans and aficionados to celebrate a deep appreciation for black women’s writing.

August 15, 2018

Scripps Presents Fall 2018 Events Lineup Will Feature Abbi Jacobson and Lena Waithe

This fall, Scripps Presents, the College’s signature public events program, will play host to diverse voices in critical conversation about relevant and riveting topics, as well as present dynamic performances by some of today’s most original artists.

January 23, 2018

Humanities Institute Spring 2018 Season Focuses on Global Migration and Immigration

As narratives of nationalism continue to influence both political rhetoric and public policy in the U.S. and abroad, the spring 2018 Humanities Institute program at Scripps College is offering a timely series of lectures and discussions on issues related to global migration and immigration.

November 7, 2017

Scripps College Will Host Girls Who Code Camp

Scripps College is pleased to partner with Girls Who Code to bring computer science education to girls in our community.

October 22, 2017

Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in the Age of Trump

For many women, the Trump administration’s policy priorities have ushered in undulating waves of panic, frustration, and outrage. For the feminist contributors to Samhita Mukhopadhyay and Kate Harding’s anthology Nasty Women, putting pen to page is one of the most important ways to mobilize. The editors, along with Carina Chocano, one of their Los Angeles­–based authors, visit to talk about writing as activism with Scripps Writing Program Director and Associate Professor Kimberly Drake.

October 2, 2017

Scripps Presents: Cuz: A Reading and Conversation with Danielle Allen

Political theorist and director of Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Danielle Allen’s work usually occupies a scholarly realm. This autumn, it takes a decidedly more personal turn with Cuz, a memoir that reflects on the American criminal justice system.

September 19, 2017

Scripps Presents: The Grip of It, with Jac Jemc

Novelist Jac Jemc’s smart and uneasy page-turner is a ghost story set in the wilds of suburban America; at the book’s center is a couple whose domestic adventures take a decidedly hallucinatory and harrowing turn. Jemc, who has taught creative writing at Notre Dame and Lake Forest College, talks with Scripps’ Adam Novy about her latest literary escapade.

August 28, 2017

Scripps College Move-In Day: Meet the Class of 2021

On Thursday, August 24, the Scripps community welcomed the Class of 2021 to campus as part of its annual Move-In Day. We spoke to a few of the 329 members of our newest class about why they chose Scripps and what they are most looking forward to as the academic year begins. For more on […]

June 19, 2017

25 Years of Getty Multicultural Undergraduate Internships at the Williamson Gallery of Scripps College

For the 25th consecutive year, the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery of Scripps College will welcome three interns funded by the Getty Foundation through its Multicultural Undergraduate Internship program. The Williamson has participated in the program since the founding of the gallery in 1993, the same year the program was launched. Initiated in the wake of […]

May 30, 2017

Class of 2017: Scripps College Graffiti Wall: Seniors Make Their Marks

Since 1931, Scripps’ graduating seniors have participated in what has become an essential rite of passage at the College: the signing of Graffiti Wall. Each year, seniors choose a mural design from student-submitted illustrations to paint on the wall, and then the entire graduating class adds its signatures. Graffiti Wall is a visual reminder of Scripps’ history and reflects the changing tastes and attitudes of students over the decades.