Dixie Lewis PO ’24 died in a car accident on May 25. Friends and family described her as dedicated, considerate, fierce and authentic.
On International Women’s Day, Scripps Presents spotlighted one of the most international women: author Isabel Allende, who has written 24 books available in over 42 languages, according to her website.
Members of the 5C community reflects on how COVID-19 has led to more vivid dreams, often including pandemic-related stress dreams.
Meet Claremont McKenna College’s top dog, Theo, owned by President Hiram Chodosh and his wife Priya Junnar.
Keck Science professor Diane Thomson proudly presents Dr. Isa, a friendly pup that loves belly rubs, snowy adventures and posing for photos.
Kiubon Kokko CM ’21 discussed his process making a short film while abroad that earned him a spot as a film festival finalist.
Scripps College professor Adam Novy reveals the eccentric inspirations for the wild adventures and hashtags featured in his cats’ Instagram account.
Ramy Youssef spoke at Scripps Presents on Sept. 24, reflecting show “Ramy” and the pressure of being a first in the television industry.
Maya Abo Dominguez HM ’22 started the Fight Germs Club as simple soap-making fun, but its purpose changed with the emergence of the pandemic.
As learning goes virtual, professors and coaches are thinking outside the box and outside their typical syllabi.