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.
Award-winning author Carmen Maria Machado visited Scripps College on Oct. 3 to share a piece of her upcoming memoir “In the Dream House,” which chronicles Machado’s experiences with queer domestic violence.
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.”
We’re bad with money, and Gaby Dunn wants us to talk about it. Dunn visited Scripps College Feb. 20 to discuss her recently published book, “Bad with Money: The Imperfect Art of Getting Your Financial Sh*t Together.”
In the digital age, social media has called into question everything we believe about free speech. That’s according to Andrew Marantz, a journalist and
Scripps College hosted writer, comedian, and artist Abbi Jacobson Nov. 4, and a sold-out crowd packed into Garrison Theater to listen to her speak.
In a visit to Scripps College on Feb. 18, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi reiterated early and often the necessity of diversity in politics,