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Diane Halpern, a 13-year Professor of Psychology at CMC and former President of the American Psychological Association (APA), retired from CMC on June 30, 2014. Her legacy at the 5Cs, however, will live on.  During fall of 2001, Halpern received a call from Ronald Riggio, Professor of Leadership and Organisational...

By: Christina Yoh | Nov 19, 2014

A year and a half ago, CMC finished a record-breaking fundraising campaign for faculty support, facility/building support, annual fund support, new scholarships...

By: Jack Tao | Nov 19, 2014

The ASCMC Executive Board discussed a number of key developments at the meeting this past Sunday. One of the key announcements was that SOURCE, CMC’s...

By: Shirley Jiang | Nov 19, 2014

Bump, Set, Spike. Sounds simple, right? Wrong. The volleyball that the CMS girls’ volleyball team has been playing all season is complicated, intense,...

By: Eli Etzioni | Nov 17, 2014

Last week, CMC announced a new sequence in Jewish Studies. Courses for the sequence will be offered starting next semester; interested students can sign...

By: Haley Goodman | Nov 17, 2014

Scorch marks on Appleby’s balcony Last night, the residents of Appleby Hall were evacuated when students noticed fires in the building on the second...

By: Shannon Miller | Nov 15, 2014

Scripps College is considering making a serious change to its admissions process for the class enrolling in Fall 2016: Admissions may begin considering...

By: Hannah Bottum | Nov 14, 2014

During the past few months, three different bias crimes have been directed towards Jewish student Bryan Turkel ‘15. The first incident occurred during...

On October 29, President Chodosh emailed the CMC community to announce the hiring of Marcie Gardner to serve as Assistant Vice President for Investigations...

By: Shannon Miller | Nov 11, 2014

At this week’s ASCMC meeting, the Executive Board focused on two key issues: whether CMC should host an Indian Wedding Party and whether ASCMC should...

By: Shirley Jiang | Nov 10, 2014