• Soups: Mexican chicken albondigas soup
  • Salads: black bean and corn salad
  • Grill Station: made to order omelets
  • Food Bar(s): breads and baked goods, fruit smoothies, hot cereal w/toppings, fruit and yogurt, cold cereals, bagels & toastings, waffles, fried French toast sticks, salad bar, deli sandwich station, desserts
  • Exhibition: Chilaquiles Bar - black bean & chicken chilaquiles, black bean chilaquiles w/fire roasted salsa
  • Entree(s): scrambled eggs, cage free egg whites, crisp bacon, O'Brien potatoes
  • Vegan: scrambled tofu
  • Vegetarian: vegetarian bacon strips
  • Allergy-free: baked chicken, cooked quinoa, zucchini & tomatoes
  • Scripps ranks high in OCS survey. The Institute of International Education has ranked Scripps College 19th among baccalaureate institutions for the amount of students participating in Off-Campus Study programs. The results, which reflect numbers submitted for the 2012-13 academic year, demonstrate the continued strength of the off-campus study experience for Scripps students!
  • CMS Athletics Week in Review: November 10-16. An athletic roundup on the performance of the CMS Athenas during the week of November 10.
  • Admission Policy Recommendation. Board members have indicated that the insights and perspectives provided to them in October have accelerated their readiness to discuss amendments to the College admission policy. Informed by extensive feedback from the Scripps community, the senior team has developed the following recommendations to the Board of Trustees for consideration at its December meeting.
  • CMS Athletics Week in Review: November 3-9. An athletic roundup on the performance of the CMS Athenas during the week of November 3.
  • Give the gift of Scripps College Olive Oil. Given the drought and other weather conditions, we will not be having an olive harvest this year, but don't despair! We have a limited quantity of our Silver medal winning extra virgin olive oil remaining. All proceeds from the sales go to fund sustainability initiatives at Scripps.
  • Toy Drive for Local Foster Children. Over 60,000 California children find themselves living in foster care at any given time, many of which have entered with little to no possessions. Scripps College Staff Council is pleased to announce that we are partnering with Sleep Train in collection of unwrapped toys for children of all ages.
  • Steele Hall West Walkway improvements. Beginning Thursday, November 20, the walkway will be repaired due to lifting curbs along tree roots and broken pavers.
  • Flu Clinic December 3. This year’s vaccination clinics were so successful that an additional flu clinic has been scheduled for December 3 to meet the increase in demand.