Scripps College deals with the drought

Natalie Camrud '17 and Erin Matheson '18 talk with the Scripps College Grounds Department and student leaders about how Scripps is saving water.

Athlete Spotlight: Bryn McKillop

Bryn McKillop is a Scripps first year and Cross Country Runner, still in the midst of her first few weeks of training with the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) Athenas. During her senior year of High School, McKillop ran an impressive 19:10 5k, placing 12th at the Oregon 5A State Meet.

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Mariah Tso '14 and others speak about the lack of an Indigenous / Native American Studies department at the 5Cs and the Decolonizing Education event at Pomona on February 7.  

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The real consequences of burnout

In my first article, I mentioned the fact that there is a culture in college that promotes taking on excessive amounts of stress. Actually, this stressful lifestyle probably starts in high school or even earlier. Obviously, putting that much strain on ourselves for an extended period of time takes a massive toll on our bodies — and I am just as guilty as the next person when it comes to this. All we really lose is sleep, right? Wrong. Burnout is real.

Hosting prospective Scripps students

As one of the few women’s colleges situated in a genuine, local consortium, the college has even more at stake in first impressions. The ability to attend such an institution while participating in co-ed activities is a balance most prospective students want to witness firsthand.

The First Year Experience: A just-as-hard-hitting look at the first-year life

As of last week, we have officially been “in college” for an entire month now. I know, I know, hold your applause; we have accomplished the impossible with grace and aplomb. I understand how impressed you are. Since the function of this section is to give an in-depth review of the true first-year experience, it is thus my duty as your friendly neighborhood staff writer to relay to you the top ten things that I have learned during my first four weeks of school.

Spotlight: Pinktober
1 in 950: Mia Farago-Iwamasa ‘17

Erin Matheson ‘18 interviews Mia Farago-Iwamasa '17 as part of our series profiling Scripps students every issue.