Under the Lights Theatre Club, hosted its second annual One Act Plays Festival on Nov. 15, featuring plays like “Jubilation, Mississippi.”
Student artists and organizers from the Asian American Mentor Program held “Untold Stories,” a student art exhibit, at the Hive on Nov. 9.
Claremont Colleges students can sign up for this semester’s semiannual Sparkathon competition at sparkathon.org.
Cherríe Moraga, iconic queer Chicana poet, playwright and activist, visited Scripps College Oct. 10 to discuss her new book “Native Country of the Heart.”
Thomas Leabhart, semi-retired Pomona theater professor, instructs a corporeal mime class at Seaver Theatre daily, encouraging students to achieve bodily awareness through fluid and artful movement. “[Corporeal mime] is being able to know where you are in space, knowing where the body is in space and understanding it,” he said.
Clowning around has taken on a new meaning for students in the Claremont Colleges’ circus club. 5Circus, a 5C-wide circus skills club, touts comprehensive
American chef Carla Hall visited Scripps College on Sept. 24 to discuss her journey into food activism, soul food appreciation and being in the culinary world as a woman of color.
Acclaimed author Colson Whitehead visited Scripps College to talk historical fiction and his new book “The Nickel Boys.”