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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Brazil, fifth largest country and the seventh largest economy in the world, flows with cultural, entrepreneurial, and ecological diversity from the bay of Rio de Janeiro to the Amazon. Taking advantage of this distinct setting, Professor of Business... More

Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Mike Garabedian Whittier College Librarian

​Whittier College Librarian Mike Garabedian ’98 was pursuing a Ph.D in literature at Northwestern University with the intention of becoming a professor when the idea first hit him that librarianship might be “a pretty cool gig.” “I think you’d be... More

Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Whittier Tells Funnies (WTF)

Club 88 is roaring with laughter. The audience is watching Amleigh Hoffine ’16 practically drag herself onstage. “I have c-c-cold!” She yells. As her husband played by Ben Thompson ’14, turns to her. Meanwhile, Sam Woehl ’15 mimics ice skating... More

Monday, October 6, 2014
William Hougan

In 1970, President Richard M. Nixon '34 signed into law the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act (CDAPCA), a revolutionary statute that initiated America’s “War on Drugs.” More than 40 years later, political science and history double... More

Monday, October 6, 2014
Pitts Family Foundation

​A $50,000 grant from the Pitts Family Foundation, aimed to fund opportunities for semester or short-term study abroad, will now offer financial assistance to qualifying African American students from Whittier who would like to participate in an... More

Monday, October 6, 2014
Hayden Schmidt and Erica Fradinger

Diving into the fray only weeks after graduation, Hayden Schmidt ‘14 began a Ph.D. program in biology and biomedical science at Harvard University this summer. His first rotation involved working in the laboratory of Dr. Dennis Selkeo, co-director... More

Monday, October 6, 2014
Josh Guereque at Honda Center

​In the world of professional sports, life behind the camera can be just as adrenaline-charged as what’s happening on the field or in the rink. Just ask Josh Guereque ’10. Growing up in a home with a father and mother whose careers include football... More

Thursday, October 2, 2014
Baseball

Whittier College will be the home of the Institute for Baseball Studies, the first humanities-based research center of its kind associated with a college or university in the United States. The Institute is a partnership between Pasadena-based... More

Monday, September 29, 2014
Helping Hands Day

From helping organize a food pantry to painting walls at a homeless shelter to beautifying a local park, Whittier College Poets came out en masse to help their community on Saturday, September 27 for the College's 20th Annual Helping Hands Day. The... More

Friday, September 26, 2014
Whittier College Football Team

The young men of the Whittier College football program are dedicating blood, sweat and tears to creating the new standard for Poet football. With a focus being placed heavily on teamwork and an overall family spirit, this year’s team is hopeful for... More

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