• Soups: old fashioned chicken noodle soup
  • Salads: black bean and corn salad
  • Grill Station: made to order omelettes
  • Food Bar(s): hot cereal w/toppings, waffles, Texas French toast, fruit and yogurt, cold cereal, bagels & toastings, smoothies, salad bar, deli sandwich station, desserts
  • Exhibition: huevos rancheros, red and green salsas, black beans
  • Entree(s): scrambled eggs plain or with cheddar, cage free egg whites, O'Brien potatoes, crisp bacon, omelets made to order
  • Vegan: scrambled tofu
  • Vegetarian: vegetarian bacon strips
  • Allergy-free: baked chicken, zucchini & tomatoes, steamed brown rice
  • SCORE presents Thinking Through Oppressive Speech. (3:00 - 4:30 p.m. - in SCORE) Presented by Dr. John Ramsey, visiting professor of Philosophy. We'll discuss how oppressive speech works and how, as allies, we can be more aware of our own use of oppressive language. We'll also brainstorm ideas about how to respond when others do so.
  • Breast Cancer Awareness & Body Positive Breast Casting Art (Scripps Students Only). (October 24th, 12-3pm, Tiernan Field House) Come join us in celebrating breast cancer awareness month and body appreciation by making a plaster casting of your breasts. We will have information about breast cancer prevention, snacks, a place to relax, and of course materials for you and your friends to make your own breast casts. Stop by to make a breast cast, or just enjoy some snacks and relaxation in a body-positive space.
  • ARS External Review . (October 24th at 10:00 AM- Dean of Students Office): To better serve the campus community, Scripps College is conducting program reviews of all Student Affairs departments. The purpose of these reviews is to assess how effectively each department is contributing to Scripps’ educational mission, as well as how each department is meeting the needs of students and the Scripps community.
  • SCORE presents Faculty/Staff Safe Zone Training. Please RSVP to Victoria Verlezza at vverlezz@scrippscollege.edu by Oct. 24th. The primary mission of Ally Training is to create a safer, more welcoming, and more inclusive campus environment, to strengthen community, and encourage networking among faculty, staff, and students toward the goal of supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQQIA) people. (October 27th, 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. - Humanities Auditorium)
  • Budget Process Community Memo. As the Presidential Budget Advisory Committee (Budget Committee) begins reviewing the budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year, we recognize that Scripps College, like most institutions, continues to face tough financial decisions. In keeping with its strategic goals and long-range plan, the College is committed to controlling costs while maintaining our standards of quality. Read more about the process here.
  • Blood Drive Reminder from CUC. This year the Claremont Colleges will host a blood drive during the Health & Wellness Fair on Friday, November 7, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment log onto www.redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code CUC or contact Claudia Garcia at extension 79493.