The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) will award Scripps College’s Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery a $58,385 grant that will enable the gallery to
The Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College celebrated the opening of its new exhibition “Focus on Photographys: Building Photograph Collections at Scripps” Oct.
The Balcony presented “Social Animals,” their first student art show of the year, last Friday, Oct. 11. The Balcony is a new student-run club
Harvey Mudd College’s Dr. Bruce J. Nelson ’74 Distinguished Speaker Series kicked off Oct. 9 with a talk from professor Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, chair of
Claremont McKenna’s Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum hosted Shirin Ebadi, a life-long advocate for democracy and human rights and the first Iranian and first Muslim female
The Pomona College Museum of Art exhibited the Summer Experience in the Arts (SEA) 2013 student project presentations at Art After Hours on Sept.
With tuition rates on the rise and student loan debt escalating, subjects in the humanities like English, philosophy, and music have come under siege
The last season of Mad Men left us witness to Don Draper’s moral relapse after a relatively long period of good behavior starting with
Winter hasn’t arrived yet, but the atmosphere seemed just as icy in Game of Thrones as the show opened its third season with everyone
“I can’t talk right now; I’m writing a strongly worded e-mail to my florist.” Schmidt was a little on edge throughout last week’s episode