November 2, 2017
Scripps College Professor Emerita Gayle Greene discussed her new book Missing Persons: A Memoir on November 1 at an event sponsored by the Intercollegiate Feminist Center at The Claremont Colleges.
October 11, 2017
Associate Professor of Biology Melissa Coleman is featured in the Oct. 9, 2017 issue of Current Biology about her work as a neuroscientist at the W.M. Keck Science Department of Scripps College, Claremont McKenna, and Pitzer College.
October 11, 2017
“I don’t call it retirement, I call it downsizing from two careers to one,” says Susan Rankaitis. This past July, Rankaitis, who joined Scripps’ Art Department in fall 1990 as the Fletcher Jones Chair in Studio Art, began two years of phased retirement. She will no longer teach classes but will continue to write letters of recommendation for her advisees and colleagues. She will also be devoting significantly more time to her own art practice.
October 4, 2017
Scripps College professor of photography Ken Gonzales-Day was recently featured in a Press Play interview by Madeleine Brand for KCRW-FM radio, discussing his Los Angeles murals exhibit at the Skirball for PST: LA/LA 2017.
October 3, 2017
The Scripps Voice student newspaper recently published an interview with Scripps College alumna Sherilyn Tamagawa regarding her new role as an instructor in mathematics at Scripps College. Tamagawa, who graduated from Scripps in 2014, confesses that if she could have “any job in the world,” this would be it, and is delighted to return to […]
September 19, 2017
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.
September 14, 2017
Lara Deeb, professor of anthropology at Scripps College, writes in Jadaliyya.com about her current research on Lebanese social responses to interreligious and intersectarian marriages and long-term relationships.
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.
August 17, 2017
Scripps College Associate Professor of Music Anne Harley and Professor of French Nathalie Rachlin received a grant of $10,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts that will go toward the commission of a new major work of vocal chamber music that highlights scriptural texts of ancient female Buddhist female esoteric practitioners. The premiere is planned for a performance at Scripps College in Claremont, Calif., on March 24, 2018, as the culmination of a weeklong festival across The Claremont Colleges highlighting the function of the arts in healing in post-genocide contemporary Cambodian society.
July 27, 2017
Scripps College professor Ken Gonzales-Day's work is being lauded among the "not to miss" exhibits by Los Angeles area media as anticipation builds for the Getty-led PST: LA/LA initiative which will feature Latin American and Latino art throughout the Los Angeles area and launches on September 15, 2017.