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Dr. Suzanne Keen will serve as Scripps College’s 10th president starting July 1, 2022, Board of Trustees Chair Lynne Thompson SC ’72 announced to the Scripps community in an email Thursday.
After being online last year, Napier Initiative courses are set to resume in person this spring in an intergenerational collaboration between the 5Cs and Pilgrim Place.
Renowned activist and scholar Angela Davis drew crowds of students, faculty and staff to Bridges Auditorium Tuesday and Thursday evening as she delivered the 2021 Ena H. Thompson lectureship.
TCCS reached a settlement with former employee Brittany Hiroto after she sued them for firing her following complaints of sexual harassment.
What would it cost for you to give up the dorm room you drew on campus? If your price is under $2,000, then Harvey Mudd may have had a proposition for you.
After several juniors and seniors selected rooms on south campus, Pomona administrators said they actually needed the space for first-years and sophomores.
As Scripps continues looking for a new president, some professors are speaking out about what they see as a lack of transparency and dialog.
Pitzer College’s board of trustees will see two trustees retire and three new members join the board at the end of the 2020-2021 school year.
Pomona College President Starr and administrators criticized legislation ASPC passed April 22, citing a lack of student representation in the decision.