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May 13, 2020

Honors and Awards: Scripps Students Earn Awards and Fellowships for Global Engagement and Education

This spring, five students were named Fulbright awardees and an additional seven received prestigious fellowships, scholarships, and awards to pursue teaching and study across the globe.

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April 28, 2020

The Laws of Motion: Senior Catherine Allen Combines Sports, Critical Race Studies, and the Law

This past January, Catherine Allen ’20 attended the 2020 NCAA Immersion Program, which brought 40 minority Division III (D-III) student athletes from across the country to the NCAA Conference. The program aimed to expose students to the business aspect of the organization, provide education on the process of working in athletic administration, and define and embrace the qualities of young future leaders.

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April 24, 2020

Medical Student Amira Athanasios ’15 Focuses on Health of Body and Mind Amid COVID-19

The preservation of physical health has been at the forefront of news coverage and public health organization advisories. However, these discussions can often overlook a vital component of wellness: a concern for mental health, especially among healthcare workers.

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April 22, 2020

Stephanie Jimenez ’12 Reads at Long Island City Reading Series, Featured on LitHub

Stephanie Jimenez ’12 was featured on LitHub for her participation in February’s Long Island City Reading Series, which highlighted writers from Queens, New York. Jimenez’s debut novel, They Could Have Named Her Anything, was published in 2019.

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April 21, 2020

Hallie Goldstein ’19 Marches to Remember the Past, Protect the Future

On November 9 and 10, 1938, the Nazi party organized a series of mob attacks throughout Germany, annexed Austria, and occupied areas of the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia. Jewish-owned businesses, synagogues, homes, and cemeteries were vandalized and destroyed in an event that has come to be known as Kristallnacht, or The Night of the Broken Glass. Heeding the cry to “never forget” the atrocities of the Holocaust is Hallie Goldstein ’19.

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April 10, 2020

LinkedIn Praises Career Planning & Resources’ Résumé Book for Championing the Class of 2020

LinkedIn praised the 2020 Scripps College Résumé Book for digitally championing the Class of 2020 during physical campus closures. The book, which Career Planning & Resources (CP&R) publishes each spring and promotes to potential employers, is a digital compilation of résumés from seniors and recent graduates.

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Six Scripps Students and Alumnae Receive National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Recognition

Six Scripps students and alumnae received recognition from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program, which supports outstanding students who are pursuing or plan to pursue research-based master’s and doctoral degrees in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines.

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January 30, 2020

College Theses Inspire Alumna’s Future Career

Ever since her time at Scripps, filmmaker Alle Hsu ’11 has been fascinated with intergenerational relationships in Chinese culture. For her Asian studies senior thesis, she drew from her great-grandfather’s Columbia University’s master’s thesis to compare the status of women in China in the 1920s to the status of modern Chinese women.

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January 23, 2020

In the Media: Pae White ’85 Installs Large-Scale Artwork at Beverly Center, Los Angeles Times Reports

If you’ve enjoyed the eye-catching new artwork decorating the Beverly Center’s escalators, thank Pae White ’85. The Los Angeles Times reported that “Moonsets for a Sunrise” and “Day for Night for Day” have been installed on the escalators’ walls.

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January 16, 2020

Melanie Nakaue ’01 Exhibits “Freakebana” Artwork at Chico Art Gallery

Assistant Visiting Professor of Art Melanie Nakaue ’01 is displaying her digital art at 1078 Gallery as part of the exhibition Iterations, which will run through January 26. Her work is based on a concept called “freakebana,” a spinoff of the Japanese flower-arranging art of ikebana.

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