Fall 2019
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

The beginning of each academic year offers new opportunities to learn, grow, and support each other as a community of scholars who approach education with curiosity, creativity, integrity, and respect. This fall, the Class of 2023 will be the first group of Scripps students to engage with the Core Curriculum in Interdisciplinary Humanities Core I [...

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Scripps Magazine Winter 2019

Winter 2019

Over the past 20 years, the proliferation of digital information has radically changed our world. Fr...

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...

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BROWSING ROOM

Seen and Heard

On April 16, chef Samin Nosrat, creator and host of the Netflix series Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat (b...

Newsflash

CMS ATHENA HONOREDIn March, the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference named C...

From the Archives

Denison Library’s Ida Rust Macpherson Collection contains books, manuscripts, images, and other ma...

Bodies in Crisis: How Toxic Chemicals and Climate Change Are Affecting Our DNA

Associate Professor of Biology Gretchen Edwalds-Gilbert has spent her career stressing out cells. By...



FEATURED STORIES

Body Language: Martha Gonzalez’s Art of Empowerment

On February 5, choreographer Liz Lerman’s Work-in-Progress: Wicked Bodies premiered in Scripps’ ...

Career Changer: The Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program and its Students have Been Transforming Lives for 25 Years

Grace Han was overwhelmed. A teacher at a Chicago charter school, she found herself unexpectedly pre...

Tiernan Turns 10: Celebrating a Decade of the Sally Tiernan Field House

This past fall, the Sally Tiernan Field House (TFH) celebrated its 10th year. At first glance, TFH m...

Peer Health Educators Promote Holistic Wellbeing on Campus

Scripps’ health and wellness events are often creative and unexpected—they’ve included DI...

Celestial Bodies: Fledged, an artist’s book by Lauren Koenig ’20, is a star in the making

Look up at the sky, and there’s a chance you’ll be able to spot Ursa Major, Andromeda, or even C...



ALUMNAE NEWS

Post Scripps

When I think of the trajectory of both my personal and professional life, being a student at Scripps...

ManuScripps

Lin Nelson Benedek ’71 When a Peacock Speaks to You in a Dream When a peacock—the symbol&nb...

Scripps Parent Leadership Council

It is a bittersweet moment for us, this last “official” message to you, as we close out our tenu...

Alumnae Association Awards

BARBARA BROOKS TOMBLIN ’66DISTINGUISHED ALUMNA OF THE YEAR Barbara is a U.S. military historian an...

Letter from the Alumnae Association President

My term as president of the Alumnae Association ends in June 2019, and I am excited to be passing th...

About Scripps Magazine

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

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