Diversity Equity and Inclusion (page 2)

March 2, 2023

Spotlight on CLORGs: Asian American Student Union Brings Together APIDA Community at Scripps

Now entirely student run, AASU began as a political organization for APIDA (Asian, Pacific Islander, and Desi American) students at Scripps to collectively address concerns and issues they face on campus.

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February 23, 2023

In the Media: Susan D. Anderson ’75 Speaks to KQED About the Black Miners Bar

“People of African descent have been coming to California since people have been coming to California,” Anderson said.

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Spotlight on CLORGs: Blend Fosters Community and Personal Growth for Mixed Students

Blend’s mission is to provide a safe, supportive space for students who identify as multi-ethnic/racial.

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February 1, 2023

Women and Minority Voices in STEM Club Empowers Students

Because of Keck’s gender diversity, Jun and Caulkins agree that Scripps students receive a unique and fortunate STEM education. “We have something very special here,” says Jun.

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January 19, 2023

Comedians Headline Scripps Presents’ Spring 2023 Season

A trio of renowned comedians will headline the spring 2023 season of Scripps Presents, Scripps College’s premiere public events program, which will also feature campus visits from renowned writers, musicians, politicians, and performers.

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January 17, 2023

Spring 2023 Welcome From President Keen

I hope you had the opportunity to rest and relax over winter break, and that all of you return to campus re-energized and eager for the experiences the spring semester will bring us.

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August 29, 2022

Fall 2022 Community Update

In my first months, I have enjoyed meeting Scripps students, faculty, staff, alums, families, and friends, representing a variety of disciplines, generations, professions, and geographic regions. Each encounter has reinforced my sense of this community’s deep commitment to and admiration for the distinctive Scripps academic and residential experience.

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August 5, 2022

In the Media: Dwandalyn Reece ’85 Gives TED Talk on Origins of Blackface and Stereotypes

“These stereotypes were a powerful reinforcement of the ideas of white supremacy and Black inferiority,” Reece says.

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August 2, 2022

Isabel Evans ’23 Investigates Environmental Education and Colonial Violence

The extent of Evans’ research wouldn’t have been possible, she says, without the funding she received from the Scripps College Research in Environmental Analysis and Pre-Thesis Fellowship.

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July 22, 2022

In the Media: Kim-Trang Tran’s Artwork Featured in New USC Pacific Asia Museum Exhibition, Pasadena Now Reports

The exhibition celebrates women of color’s role in shaping social change.

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