The social scene is not isolated to a single campus, which is what allows "such a diversity of types of personalities": "We often call the 5Cs, Camp Claremont." For fun, students "go to any of the events thrown by the 5C" (which are open to everyone), or "work out, go to the pool, have picnics outside, and venture into Los Angeles when they're not doing work." On sunny days, you can find the main quad filled with people studying and sunbathing. "Most of the nightlife that Scripps students are involved in takes place on other campuses" that are just a five-minute walk away, but social life at Scripps is balanced with "parties, carnivals, movie nights, trivia nights, off-campus events, and other forms of entertainment." The "quieter, and more feminist" campus is also "one of the most beautiful" many have seen, with "large open spaces that contain gardens and a variety of fruit trees for picking." With "endless orange trees and endless opportunities," some say "Scripps seems like a dream." The gym (known as the Field House) is "impeccable and was designed particularly for women." Going into other parts of Los Angeles is easy with a car, but most students choose to have fun in the village, which has "great restaurants and bars, a movie theater, and decent shopping."