Spotlight on Students Series (page 2)

May 5, 2023

Spotlight on Seniors: Isabel Evans ’23 Finds Treasures and Inspiration in Library Archives

Although Evans is writing two senior theses to fulfill each of her major requirements, she is utilizing a similar methodology for both: archival research.

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April 27, 2023

Spotlight on Seniors: Vivian Monteiro ’23’s Art Shines in Debut Solo Exhibition

On campus, the Williamson Gallery has been instrumental in connecting Monteiro with the art community at Scripps and elsewhere.

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April 26, 2023

Spotlight on Seniors: Hannah Lebow ’23 Brings an International Perspective to Art History

While she ultimately chose Scripps for its strong French academics, Lebow chose to pursue an art history minor while in Paris.

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April 20, 2023

Spotlight on Seniors: Fulbright Recipient Chanah Haigh ’23 Focuses on Environmental Activism

“I’ve loved how interdisciplinary my studies at Scripps have been,” Haigh says. “It’s given me more understanding of other people’s perspectives and taught me to be flexible and to think on my feet.”

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April 19, 2023

Spotlight on Seniors: Abby Pugh ’23 and Liz Messinger ’23

When Abby Pugh ’23 and Liz Messinger ’23 talk about The Motley Coffeehouse, they mention the community it was founded on and continues to cultivate.

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April 5, 2023

Spotlight on Seniors: Julia Cox ’23 Prepares for Law School with Advocacy and Philosophy

“I don’t think I would have developed into the self-assured and confident person I am today if I had gone to a bigger school or one without a liberal arts focus,” she says.

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March 22, 2023

Through Hands-On Research, Scripps Students and Faculty Hope to Save the Birds

By tracking these birds, taking their measurements, and studying their behaviors, they’ll better understand what factors might be key to their survival as a species.

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November 28, 2022

In the Media: Kelly Schultz ’24 Co-Authors SF Gate Op-Ed on Goats’ Potential to Curb Wildfires

Schultz posits that goats’ lack of picky eating habits and taste for invasive, wildfire-prone plant species such as black mustard make them ideal allies during wildfire season.

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November 17, 2022

Spotlight on Students: Scripps Associated Students President Megan Chow ’23

Chow, a psychology and Asian American studies dual major, is simultaneously navigating the presidency of both SAS and the Cantonese Club.

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October 26, 2022

First-Generation @ Scripps Supports Student Success and Wellbeing

“The First-Gen @ Scripps program has totally changed my experience at Scripps,” says Tsiamas. “Because I got to meet people in the First Gen program, it was super helpful to make me feel more connected to Scripps.”

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