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.
The Taskforce for Immigration and Refugee Rights hosted its first event, an open mic night at the Motley Coffeehouse, on Feb. 21.
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.
Gloria Lucas, activist and Nalgona Positivity Pride founder, hosted “Eating Disorders and Body Love: The Things Mama Didn’t Tell You.”
Student bakers gathered at the Motley Coffeehouse on Feb. 8, primed to wow their peers with their culinary skills at the biannual Motley Student Bake Off. A crowd of student samplers showed up before noon, and the line stretched all the way around Seal Court for the duration of the
Chocolate star-shaped cookies, colorful candies, colorful balloons, and an oil painting similar to Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” all constituted Scripps College Motley Coffeehouse’ post-impressionist theme for their opening celebration on Feb. 1. More than 20 people lined up to get their “Starry Night” drink — a hot chocolate with
A long line stretched out the doors of the Scripps College’s Motley Coffeehouse on Friday, Sept. 22, as students waited patiently to try baked goods their classmates had prepared for the coffee shop’s biannual bake-off. Their task? To determine what tasty treats the Motley would be selling this semester. “It’s a
On Tuesday, March 21, students and visitors to the Motley Coffeehouse enjoyed a performance by Malynda Hale, an American singer, songwriter, and activist who embeds messages of social justice in her music and is sponsored by vegan make-up company Valana Minerals. Hale performed covers of “I’d rather be” by Clean Bandit, “Latch” by
On the night of Thursday, Nov. 3, members of the Claremont College community gathered in The Motley Coffeehouse for the second installment of Brown Noise: An Open Mic. The event was hosted by the new 5C slam poetry club, Motormouth, and centered specifically around POC voices. Motormouth was founded this year by