President's Writings

The Chronicle of Higher Education publishes Pitzer President Laura Skandera Trombley’s revealing personal essay “What’s in a Name.” Contributor to The Chronicle of Higher Education
March 24, 2014
What Presidents Think: The Inside Higher Ed/Gallup Survey of College CEOs Contributer to the Huffington Post
March 17, 2014
George Soros, Carly Fiorina, Albert Schweitzer: Liberal Arts Slackers Contributer to the Huffington Post
October 17, 2013
Mark Twain's short stories stand the test of time Book Review in the Los Angeles Times
June 12, 2012
It's Liberal Arts College Party Time! Contributor to the Huffington Post
July 21, 2011
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords '93
Scripps Alumna
In response to the Tucson Arizona Shooting
January 10, 2011
Twain's autobiography hopes to break new ground From The Boston Globe,
November 14, 2010
President Trombley's Fall 2010 Welcome Welcome to Members of the Pitzer Community
Fall 2010
What Would Twain Make of Dr. Kush? Contributor to the Huffington Post
March 10, 2010
"Huck Finn is Everywhere" From the Chronicle of Higher Education
March 4, 2010
"The Night I Almost Died" From the Chronicle of Higher Education
August 15, 2008
"The Care and Feeding of Presidents" From Change magazine
July/August 2007
"Building a Better Trustee" From the Chronicle of Higher Education
May 11, 2007
"'She Wanted to Kill’: Jean Clemens and Postictal Psychosis" Article published in American Literary Realism
Spring 2005
"Which Is an Exercise in Futility: the SAT, 'Survivor' or All of the Above?" Opinion piece from the Los Angeles Times
January 18, 2004
"Bridging the Gap between Fiction and Reality" The Participant
Fall 2003
"The Facts of Life for an Administrator and Mother" From the Chronicle of Higher Education
September 5, 2003
"Coming of Age" The Participant, Fall 2002
"Where the Twains Meet: Iconic Figure, Family Man" From the Chronicle of Higher Education
January 11, 2002