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October 18, 2022

Isabel Li ’25 and Amalia Koch ’25 Bring Ellen Browning Scripps’ Story to a Broader Audience

Amalia Koch ’25 and Isabel Li ’25 researched the life and achievements of Ellen Browning Scripps: a journalist, philanthropist, educator, and founder of the College.

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October 17, 2022

Spotlight on Staff: Elba Mandujano, Assistant Director of SCORE

The Office of Marketing and Communications recently interviewed Mandujano about her thoughts on SCORE’s role in the Scripps community, the experiences that led her to Scripps, and why she loves her job.

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October 14, 2022

In the Media: Gabby Giffords ’93 to Serve as Rose Parade Grand Marshal, Los Angeles Times Reports

The theme of the parade, which will be held on January 2, is “Turning the Corner.”

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In the Media: Lynne Thompson ’72 Hosts “Day of Poetry” in Los Angeles, KCET Reports

Lynne Thompson ’72, the current poet laureate of Los Angeles, celebrated the city’s diverse and talented poets by co-hosting a “Day of Poetry” reading at Central Library.

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October 13, 2022

In the Media: Martha Gonzalez Among 2022 MacArthur Fellowship Recipients, New York Times and Washington Post Report

Inside Higher Ed and NPR also highlighted Gonzalez’s achievement.

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October 12, 2022

Martha Gonzalez Awarded Prestigious MacArthur Fellowship

The fellowship, also known as a “genius grant,” awards $800,000 to fuel the future achievements of extraordinarily talented and creative individuals.

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October 10, 2022

Natalie Katz ’16 Pursues an International Veterinary Medicine Career

Katz is in her fourth year at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, a path that started with her classes and experiences at Scripps.

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October 6, 2022

Scripps College Announces Fall 2022 Humanities Institute Season

This year’s theme, “Propagating Cultural Power: Outward Mobility in the Age of Late-Stage Capitalism,” will explore how various cultural practices are used around the world as tools of dialogue, healing, and self- and community empowerment.

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October 5, 2022

Suzanne Keen Reviews Furnace Creek in Los Angeles Review of Books

Keen hails it as a “hilarious and heart-rending” recasting of Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations in the Civil Rights-era South.

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September 29, 2022

At Summer Research Tea, Students Showcase Academic Projects for Scripps Community

Through Scripps-supported funding opportunities, students pursue faculty-directed research projects or conduct their own research with faculty endorsement.

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