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Ann Schnieders ’93

“Scripps gave me insight into the synergy of the many realms of society along with the skills to articulate my thoughts — by questioning others and questioning myself.”

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Jane Park Wells ’93

Jane Park Wells has recently exhibited in numerous group exhibitions as well as several solo exhibitons at the Ruth Bachofner Gallery in Santa Monica, California.

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Lilli-Mari Andresen ’92

“As a woman in the arts, I am extremely grateful for having the foundation of a Scripps education. The strength of the well rounded liberal arts education with a strong emphasis in the arts and leadership provided me with the necessary knowledge and confidence to aspire towards my professional goals.”

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Jennifer Minasian Trotoux ’92

“The training I had at Scripps in critical thinking and writing have been invaluable to me in graduate school and in my career, and I value my continued relations with the college very highly. The supportive atmosphere of Scripps certainly made me a better teacher.”

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Lynne Brodhead Clark ’89

“My four years at Scripps were fundamental to shaping who I am today, what I believe, and the importance of the arts in my life. Scripps taught me that the arts help us comprehend the world around us, increase our understanding of ourselves, and enhance our ability to think creatively.”

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Pamela Gregg Flax ’88

“”My appreciation for Scripps grows with each passing year. To this day, I count on core elements of my Scripps education: writing and speaking about ideas, thinking creatively, considering the ‘broader picture,’ and taking action courageously.”

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Amy Ellingson ’86

“My experience at Scripps is a well from which I continually draw. It was at Scripps that I became convinced of the very real power of art and the continued viability of its role in our culture, despite the encroachment of postmodern cynicism.”

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Joanne Heyler ’86

“In addition to enriching my life daily, my education from Scripps and the Claremont Colleges goes to work with me in my job at the Broad Art Foundation, where I manage three collections of contemporary art.”

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Jennifer Wells Green ’84

“My Scripps experience taught me to recognize the value of interdisciplinary thought and practice—to continually question the relationship of the arts to society and the individual.”

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Connie Butler ’84

“My years at Scripps continue to resonate in every aspect of my professional and personal life. Involved in curatorial work since the Humanities Internship Program and Museum Studies at Pomona, my approach to contemporary art and culture is informed by the years I spent in rich and thought provoking classes in Art History, Humanities, Literature […]

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