The Scripps Experience Series (page 3)

March 15, 2022

Jaela Alvarez ’23 Empowers Young Students to See Themselves at College

Jaela Alvarez ’23 helps young girls learn the ropes of college admissions, as well as get a better idea of the schools they hope to attend.

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March 11, 2022

Creating Community Fund Events Strengthen Bonds Beyond the Classroom

Each semester, the Office of the Dean of Faculty invites students and faculty to apply for the Creating Community Fund, which is supported through a philanthropic gift to the College. The fund facilitates student-professor interactions outside of the classroom to build stronger relationships, both academic and personal.

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February 14, 2022

Denison Library’s “Blind Date with a Rare Book” Returns for Valentine’s Day

On February 14, the Ella Strong Denison Library will host its fourth annual “Blind Date with a Rare Book” event, a return to in-person programming after last year’s event was moved online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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February 3, 2022

Scripps Student Garden Cultivates Crops and Community

Sophie Perry, an environmental science major, and Sophie Navratil, a media studies major, are co-coordinators of the Scripps Student Garden, a club that cultivates these crops at weekly meetings and hosts events aimed at growing students’ knowledge of sustainable environmental practices on and off campus.

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January 27, 2022

Scripps Presents Announces Spring 2022 Programming Centered on Food

Scripps Presents has announced its spring 2022 season, “The Food Issue,” which will focus on food justice, sustainability, culture, and creativity with a slate of virtual and in-person programming featuring renowned chefs and food activists.

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December 10, 2021

Scripps Provides Students with Wide Array of Academic, Career, and Community Resources

Scripps College provides a wealth of academic, career, and community resources for both new and returning students. For those curious about various opportunities—from fellowships and scholarships to studying abroad, tutoring programs to post-graduate work, and equity organizations to on-campus leadership roles—Scripps has a resource for you!

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November 8, 2021

Olive Harvest’s Return Creates Organic Space for Education, Community, and Sustainability

On November 5, Scripps hosted its traditional Olive Harvest, an event that furthers the College’s sustainability efforts by utilizing the campus’s edible plants as a food source. More than 200 students, faculty, staff, and members of the surrounding Claremont community harvested approximately 700 pounds of olives.

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November 3, 2021

Scripps Students Reinvent Economics Society

“This club aims to provide diverse resources and support for all of its members, both current students and alumnae, through career-focused workshops, events with faculty, and community-based activities,” says Katie Eu ’23, the SCES co-president.

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October 26, 2021

Scripps College Pre-Law Society Provides Support for Students Interested in Legal Field

Kayla Solomon ’23’s goal for the future of SPLS is to maintain and develop good relationships with alumnae in the legal field who can help students with the process of entering the profession, such as applying to law school.

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June 7, 2021

Passion Projects: Scripps Students Earn Grants to Support Summer Projects

Each year, the Laspa Center for Leadership sponsors student projects with the We Act Grant program. The program supports self-designed projects that transform knowledge, passion, and ideas into action, demonstrate creative and effective problem-solving, establish community partnerships, and produce a positive impact.

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