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Aug. 18, 2022

Demiana Ibrahim ’24 Shares Egyptian Classical Music With a Wider Audience

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Aug. 11, 2022

Chigozie Obiegbu ’23 Examines the Early Development of COVID-19 Conspiracies in Germany

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Aug. 9, 2022

Mirabella Miller ’24 Examines Relationship Between Traditional Femininity and Existential Doom

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August 18, 2022

Demiana Ibrahim ’24 Shares Egyptian Classical Music With a Wider Audience

“I believe mid-20th century Egyptian music is so special and beautiful, and I wanted to find a way to help it reach a broader audience.”

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August 11, 2022

Chigozie Obiegbu ’23 Examines the Early Development of COVID-19 Conspiracies in Germany

“These issues are important to consider when thinking about how scientific and political institutions should communicate to the wider public, especially in times of crisis,” Obiegbu says.

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August 9, 2022

Mirabella Miller ’24 Examines Relationship Between Traditional Femininity and Existential Doom

Miller’s podcast examines how women view their future personal and professional accomplishments through internalized gender stereotypes.

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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 27, 2022

Katie Eu ’23 Examines Wellness TikTok through an Economic Lens

Katie Eu ’23 is moving the “that girl” discussion into an entirely new realm: the field of behavioral economics.

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July 22, 2022

Corina Silverstein ’25 Uses Research to Expand Chicanx and Latinx Art Representation

Silverstein is helping expand the collection of Chicanx and Latinx art at the El Paso Museum of Art, with a focus on the representation of women and queer artists.

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August 5, 2021

Maya Edstrom ’22 Designs Sustainable Clean Water Technologies

“I used to think of ‘the environment’ as something around us and outside of us, but the reality is that we are incredibly interconnected,” says Edstrom. “My classes aren’t just about using sustainable materials and building practices, they’re very focused on creating resilient communities through physical design.”

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July 28, 2021

Spotlight on Academics: Isabela Harmon ’22 and Jessica Maurice ’22 Explore the Social Hierarchies of Fish

For years, neuroscientists have been asking the deceptively simple question: Why do animals behave the way they do? Isabela Harmon ’22 and Jessica Maurice ’22 are working with Assistant Professor of Biology Tessa Solomon-Lane to fill in pieces of this puzzle.

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July 13, 2021

For Anna Bagley ’22, Microbiology May be the Key to Cleaner Drinking Water

Anna Bagley ’22 is using microbiology to address one of the major environmental concerns facing our planet: water pollution. Bagley is working with Assistant Professor of Biology Pete Chandrangsu to research poly-γ-glutamate (PGA), a shiny, gooey substance that bacteria secrete to protect themselves from heavy metals like copper and zinc.

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July 24, 2020

Student Spotlight: Sophia Albanese ’21 Explores Impact of Cellular Stress

Long before starting at Scripps, biology major Sophia Albanese ’21 knew scientific exploration would be in her future. The child of an attorney and a chemist, she “grew up surrounded by science and law,” and in middle school got her first glimpse of how she could pursue this goal at the W.M. Keck Science Center during a tour of The Claremont Colleges.

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