Ethics, identity politics and capitalism were the focus of New York University Philosophy Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah’s talk Sept. 14 at Scripps College.
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The Students Engaging in Environmental Discussion and Service, or SEEDS, club and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life collaborated to present the “One Earth, One Chance: Over-Consumption and the Planet,” Wednesday in the Abraham Campus Center.
Eugenia Cheng discussed applications of math in baking, braiding and other aspects of everyday life during her lecture “How To Bake Pi” Wednesday at Scripps College.
The University of La Verne College Republicans hosted Shawn Steel in Morgan Auditorium Wednesday as a speaker of “Conservatism of Today.”
A harmonica materialized in the hands of Juan Felipe Herrera, the 21st poet laureate of the United States, and he began to serenade the audience with a tune his father blew while migrating from Mexico to Colorado.
Ralph Nader, consumer advocate and former presidential candidate, told faculty, students and staff at Morgan Auditorium Wednesday that time is invaluable.
Tiffany-Paige Hernandez, junior political science major, presents “From Victorian Hotel to Parking Palace,” for the oral history lecture series Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Luis Ernesto Derbez discussed Mexico’s relationship with the United States after 9/11, on Nov. 17 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
On the evening of Oct. 27, 1938 the Grynszpan family along with 12,000 other Polish Jews were herded like cattle onto train cars headed for the Polish-German border.
NPR’s “Latino USA” host Maria Hinojosa discussed the struggle of being a Latina journalist and what the role of journalism should be in the United States Tuesday in the Garrison Theater at Scripps College.