Winter 2019
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

Over the past 20 years, the proliferation of digital information has radically changed our world. From the 24-hour news cycle to the instantaneousness of online reactions to the glut of images in our social media feeds, understanding how to sort through information—and cut through the noise—is now an indispensable critical thinking skill. Enter...

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Fall 2018

A Scripps education teaches students to think critically, tolerate ambiguity, encounter difference w...

Spring 2018

At Scripps, performing arts events not only enliven the campus, they also underscore our approach to...

Winter 2018

Over the past few months, I’ve had the pleasure of traveling with Scripps students, faculty, a...

Fall 2017

As the fall semester begins, I am reminded that one of the most fulfilling aspects of my job is witn...

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BROWSING ROOM
Scripps Campaign

Celebrating More Scripps

This fall marked the end of More Scripps: The Campaign for Scripps College. The most ambitious in Sc...

Lena Waithe

Seen and Heard at Scripps

Greatness is the third cousin once- removed of crazy. Lena Waithe Actress, producer, and screenwrite...

GJW

Special Remembrance

Scripps College alumna and former trustee Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler ’72 passed away on November 1 ...

5C Choir

A Love of Music Reunited Generations of Claremont Colleges Alumni

For the first time in over 25 years, Joint Music Program choir alumni reunited to celebrate a common...

From the Archives

From the Archives

Fashion plates published by Bow Bells magazine, London, winter 1872; The Queen magazine, London, Jan...

Jennifer Martinez Wormser ’95

Newsflash

Jennifer Martinez Wormser ’95 Joins Denison Library In January, Scripps welcomed Jennifer Martinez...



FEATURED STORIES
The Science of Virtue

The Science of Virtue

From a neurological standpoint, humans understand speech through the brain’s “semantic network...

Ahead of the Curve

Ahead of the Curve

Scripps alumnae are applying information science in a variety of fields. Though the reasons to come ...

Data Driven

In 2016, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in Washington, D.C., convened...

Disconnected

Misinformed

Illustrations by Brooke Irish In our digital age, information is more accessible to more people than...

Focus on the Faculty

Over the past few decades, the United States has become increasingly racially and ethnically diverse...



ALUMNAE NEWS
Post Scripps

Post Scripps

An impoverished childhood and being raised by a single mom were my inspiration to not simply do bett...

From the Parent Leadership Council CoChairs

Each fall at Scripps, during New Student Orientation, incoming students are encouraged to “try som...

Manu Scripps

ManuScripps

Natasha Chapro Josefowitz ’48 and Irwin Zahn He Writes/She Writes: A Dialogue of Contrasting Views...

Letter from the Alumnae Association President

My role as Alumnae Association president brings me to the Scripps campus several times each year, an...

About Scripps Magazine

Staff and Contributors  Binti Harvey Vice President for External Relations and Institutional Advanc...

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