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Spring 2020


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

正规365体育投注The 21st century has seen a surge in the proliferation and sophistication of scientific and technological discovery, from self-driving cars to big data, genetic engineering to climate science. With these advanced technologies come profound moral and ethical questions, and today’s scientists are required to consider the implications of science and...

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BROWSING ROOM

California’s wildfires are notorious for their power to wreak phenomenal damage and devastation. [...]

正规365体育投注Scripps honors four trustees for their commitment and dedication to the College as they conclude [...]

Dancer Alice Sheppard

正规365体育投注On February 6, 2020, disabled dancer and choreographer Alice Sheppard performed her latest [...]

正规365体育投注ALL-AMERICAN HONORS IN ATHENAS VOLLEYBALL  Amanda Walker ’20 earned second-team [...]

Early publications about women’s healthcare were much more numerous than many realize; in fact, [...]



FEATURED STORIES

Erin Fry Sosne ’05 is the deputy director of advocacy and policy at PATH, a global health [...]

Over 2,000 years ago, when Aristotle began to explore the nature of scientific inquiry, he was [...]

正规365体育投注As the world becomes increasingly globalized and virus transmission occurs more easily across [...]



ALUMNAE NEWS

Marie and Jamie Crouch

One of our favorite aspects of the Scripps experience is its vibrant community of alumnae and [...]

Why do I want to be a doctor, anyway? I asked myself as I prepared for my Writing 50 final paper. [...]

正规365体育投注One of my greatest desires when I stepped into the role of Alumnae Association president was to [...]





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The 21st century has seen a surge in the proliferation and sophistication of scientific and [...]

正规365体育投注As the academic year draws to a close, we have a lot to celebrate. Our students are alive with new [...]

正规365体育投注Over the past 20 years, the proliferation of digital information has radically changed our world. [...]

A Scripps education teaches students to think critically, tolerate ambiguity, encounter difference [...]