1. Cultivating the Genius of Women: Part 1

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    On March 27, before an audience of hundreds of students, faculty, staff, and alumnae and witnessed by delegates from more than 60 institutions of higher learning, Scripps College inaugurated Lori Bettison-Varga as its eighth president. Her keynote address, entitled "Cultivating the Genius of Women," outlines her vision for Scripps College in the 21st century.

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    • Presidential Inauguration Highlights: March 27, 2010

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      On March 27, before an audience of hundreds of students, faculty, staff, and alumnae and witnessed by delegates from more than 60 institutions of higher learning, Scripps College inaugurated Lori Bettison-Varga as its eighth president.

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      • Swing Low : Harriet Tubman Sculpture Dedication

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        The first sculpture installed in Scripps College's new sculpture garden, Swing Low: Harriet Tubman Memorial, 2007, created by Scripps College alumna Alison Saar, was dedicated on Harriet Tubman Day, March 10, 2010, in front of the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College. The sculpture garden is located on the Millard Sheets Art Center grounds surrounding Bixby Court. The dedication included tea and a short gospel program performed by the Claremont Chamber Choir. Following remarks from Professor Emerita Samella Lewis, one of Saar's most influential instructors at Scripps College, Saar was joined by poet Lynne Thompson '72, who recited a poem commissioned for the dedication. The event continues the College's yearlong celebration of "The Genius of Women" in honor of the inauguration of its eighth president, Dr. Lori Bettison-Varga. Swing Low is a smaller version of Saar's massive 13-foot tall public sculpture, which holds artistic, cultural, and social significance. Commissioned by the City of New York and installed in Harlem, it depicts Harriet Tubman as an unstoppable force of the Underground Railway. The cast-bronze sculpture shows Tubman, coming on full steam, her petticoat pushing aside all resistance. In the surface of her skirt, pressing through the folds of the fabric, are small mask-like faces representing the men, women, and children whom Tubman led to freedom. Saar has donated a 22" by 24" version to Scripps College; installation of this sculpture has been made possible by gifts from Jacqueline Avant, Carol Vernon, and Robert Turbin. After graduating from Scripps College in 1978, Saar received an MFA from Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles. She has had key exhibits at UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, L.A. Louver Gallery, Phyllis Kind Gallery in New York City, and Pasadena Museum of California Art. She was an artist in residence at Dartmouth College. In 2003, Scripps College awarded Saar its Distinguished Alumna Award.

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        • Busy Busy

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          A montage that shows Ben Peloquin's actual schedule first semester Junior year. He makes me feel like such a slacker.

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          • 09 10 5CDC "Ching-a-Ling" at CMS v Redlands Halftime

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            Choreographed by Jaclyn D'Arcy, Kelsey Schmidt, and Lauren James. Performed at the halftime of CMS v. Redlands football game.

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            • 09 10 5C Dance Company's "Drop" at CMS v Oxy Football Game

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              This is the 5 C Dance Company's first performance of the 2009-2010 school year. They performed at the first CMS football game's half time. Choreographed by Jaclyn D'Arcy and Kelsey Schmidt.

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              • 09 04 5 C Dance Company's Spring Show Duets & Trios

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                Duets and trios performed at the 5 C Dance Company Spring Show: "My Discarded Men" Choreographed by Jaclyn D'Arcy Performed by Alex Frisinger, Kelsey Schmidt, and Jaclyn D'Arcy "Speeding Cars" Choreographed and Performed by Kelsey Schmidt and Alex Frisinger "Better Man" Choreographed and Performed by Amanda Peel and Jaclyn D'Arcy

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                • STAGS TENNIS VS REDLANDS

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                  BIGGEST MATCH OF THE YEAR CMS VS REDLANDS 9:30 AM SATURDAY AT BISZANTZ FAMILY TENNIS CENTER (ON 6TH STREET, ACROSS FROM CMC SENIOR APTS)

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