Walking around the 5Cs, you’re bound to spot a student sipping from a yellow Guayakí Yerba Mate can. So what has made this infusion drink rival coffee’s popularity among caffeine-seeking students?
The Motley Coffeehouse has long been a hub of camaraderie, community and caffeine. This fall, it’s closing to likely serve as a “grab and go” meal pick-up location.
Watu Weusi, a black student support collective at Scripps College, hosted its eighth annual Black Arts Festival Saturday, showcasing black and African art and culture.
The Motley Coffeehouse hosted its first drag show in celebration of Valentine’s day, featuring acts from Violeta Luvvv and Tired Old Queen.
The first annual 5C First Gen Week, organized by first-generation student coalitions at each college, consisted of daily events spanning the 5Cs.
In honor of National Coming Out Day, the Queer Resource Center hosted an open mic night at the Motley Coffeehouse Oct. 12. The open mic featured a wide array of performances, from an acoustic duet cover of “Corduroy Dreams,” originally by Rex Orange County, to inspiring poems about body image and the LGBTQIA+ experience to stand-up comedy.
Scripps announced a number of projects planned in the 2019-2020 budget, including adding solar panels, increasing accessibility, buying a bus and remodeling the Motley Coffeehouse.