What Does Scripps Mean to You? #SnapsFromScrapps

As both the semester and the year winds down here at Scripps, we here at [in]Visible Mag thought we'd take a bit of time to reflect on "the Scripps Experience" as well as our own special and personal experiences during our time here. So from our camera to your screen, enjoy these priceless photos, and indulge in a bit of contemplation with us!

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When Gender Meets Language

Learning French this semester, I soon learned that the masculine word "professor" has no feminine equivalent in France. What did this mean?! Half of me wanted to get out my soapbox and start on a feminist rant. Why would there be no feminine form of the word?

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The Forgotten History of Women in Programming

When the popular image of a computer programmer is a young man, are there role models to be found? I’d like to share the forgotten history of women in programming to help change perceptions of women in the field, bring to light positive role models, and show that anyone can be anything they set their minds to.

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A “War” on Just “Women”? : Shifting Political Dialogue Regarding Reproductive Rights

While most of us Scripps students outspokenly pride ourselves on being intersectional and inclusive feminists, our language may not reflect this. Now is the time to abandon cissexist expressions and transphobic assumptions that fail to include and acknowledge our peers with other gender identities.

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