Dr. Susan M. Reverby, historian of American health care, will be the keynote lecturer at the 2013 Whittier College New Student Convocation. Reverby’s talk, Escaping Melodramas: How Should We Think about Medical Research when it Goes “Bad?,” will deal with two highly publicized and controversial government-sponsored research studies done on sexually transmitted diseases in Tuskegee, Alabama and Guatemala City, Guatemala.
Monday, Sep 02Class of 2017 Arrives at Whittier College
They're here. The Class of 2017 descended on the Poet campus Sunday, marking the start... More
From gardening and painting projects to reading to the elderly to working with the homeless, Helping Hands Day has hundreds of Whittier College students, staff, faculty, and alumni rise early on a Saturday morning for a day of service projects within the community. Learn more.
Whittier's New Student Convocation celebrates new students’ matriculation into t
From gardening and painting projects to reading to the elderly to working with t
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Tuesday, Aug 13Introducing Whittier's Class of 2017
Hailing from 21 states across the U.S. and 19 countries around the globe, the 450 newest m... More