Poet, essayist, culture writer and music critic Hanif Abdurraqib chatted about his new book, “A Little Devil in America,” inspirations, forgotten history and more at Scripps Presents.
Winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in literature, Kazuo Ishiguro spoke at Scripps Presents on March 4. to discuss his most recent novel “Klara and the Sun,” his past career as a musician and his tendency to write about “ordinary” people.
In partnership with Zócalo Public Square, Scripps College hosted a panel of woman leaders on Tuesday night to discuss the possible necessity and effects of a feminist foreign policy.
Representative Karen Bass spoke at Scripps Presents about the United States presidential election and the role of young people.
Emily Ramshaw spoke at Scripps Presents on Oct. 8 and discussed The 19th* and the future of race and gender in journalism.
Former Pomona Professor Claudia Rankine discusses whiteness, Afropessimism and her new book “Just Us: An American Conversation”
Ramy Youssef spoke at Scripps Presents on Sept. 24, reflecting show “Ramy” and the pressure of being a first in the television industry.
With on-campus speakers and events canceled, organizations at the Claremont Colleges are offering virtual talks to keep 5Cers engaged.
Cecile Richards, the former president of Planned Parenthood, spoke to a packed auditorium at Scripps College’s Garrison Theater Jan. 30.
The New York Times’ Michael Barbaro, host of “The Daily” podcast, discussed audio journalism at a Scripps Presents event.