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Monday, October 19, 2015
Joe Donnelly, Whittier Faculty, Journalism

From writing a profile on Sean Penn at the height of his dissidence over Iraq and the policies of former President George W. Bush, to writing a feature story about OR7, the first wild wolf spotted in California in more than 90 years, new Visiting... More

Monday, October 19, 2015
Patrick Kellycooper

San Diego native Clifton Whittaker ’16 always dreamed of becoming a scientist. As a child he built large contraptions made of Lego bricks. Although he struggled with math and science in high school, because of his dedication and personal attention... More

Monday, October 19, 2015

When Rebecca Lybrand ’07 was tasked with making soil and climate science a relatable and interesting topic to audiences within and outside the scientific community, she decided to put her interdisciplinary skills to work. In short order, she... More

Monday, October 19, 2015
Jordan Carter

Hometown Sacramento, CA Major Kinesiology and Nutrition Science Stats Sustainability Club, Kinesiology Club, Residential Life Student Worker, CAAS Academic Coach, Enrich LA Garden Ranger Intern, DC Greens School Garden Army Intern, DC... More

Friday, October 16, 2015
Jim Groom, Own Your Own Domain, Whittier College

In honor of International Open Access Week, Whittier College’s Digital Liberal Arts Center (DigLibArts) is hosting three events during the week of October 19 that will examine the topic of free access or free, immediate, online access to... More

Friday, October 16, 2015
Miguel Santana, Whittier College Alumnus

Alumnus Miguel Santana ’91 has surpassed the expectations of his job and in doing so he has created his own spotlight. As Los Angeles City Administrative Officer (CAO), Santana has successfully managed the once shaky city budget and has also... More

Thursday, October 15, 2015
Whittier College, Earthquake Drill, California Shakeout

More than 41.5 million people worldwide and 10.4 million in California, including Whittier College and Broadoaks School students, faculty, and staff put their emergency preparedness knowledge to the test at today’s Great California ShakeOut. The... More

Thursday, October 15, 2015
First Year Reading, Whittier College, Tattoos on the Heart

The College’s First-Year Experience Program announced the winners of the inaugural writing contest for fist-year and transfer students. The contest geared to engage all students new to Whittier College, prompted students to make connections... More

Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Whittier College Faculty, Ivannia Soto, Italy

Associate Professor of Education and Child Development Ivannia Soto is spending part of her sabbatical year in Italy, where she's working with ESL (English as a Second Language) teachers at Scuola Media Statale Galileo Galilei di Arienzo and... More

Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Sara Angevine, Whittier College Faculty, Democratic Debate

by Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science Sara Angevine The Democratic Presidential Primary debate is tonight and the five candidates all reflect different components of the diverse Democratic Party- that is, all the white components... More