Four student-run businesses — Claremont Challah, the Mac Shack, Milk & Honey and The Motley — are creating cuisine and community across the Claremont Colleges. Each with a unique flavor and mission, students are fed and paid by virtue of one another. Claremont Challah Picture this: You’re frantically writing a
WorldWe Youth 5C is the youth branch of a broader national anti-sex trafficking and sex trade abolition organization World Without Exploitation. Club leaders hosted their second Sex Trade 101 semi-interactive presentation and conversation at Motley Coffeehouse on October 3rd at 7pm.
Through this event, presenters seeked to examine the multifaceted dynamics and origins of the commercial sex trade and the dimensions of social factors driving demand and overrepresentation within the prostitution system.
Since 1974, the Motley Coffeehouse has served as a beloved institution on the Scripps College campus. On Sept. 21, 5C students with long leather jackets, sleek black sunglasses and slicked back hairstyles gathered for an evening of ambient green lighting, live music and colorful drink options at the coffeehouse’s annual opening party, “The Motrix.”
Scripps’ beloved coffee house, The Motley now allows student-artists to use the space as a pedestal for selling and showcasing their work.
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.
At the Motley Coffeehouse’s 45th anniversary celebration and opening, staff and students acknowledged the history of the student-run establishment with themed drinks.
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.