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Poets Discuss Relevant Political and Religious Global Issues

Teach In Syrian Refugee CrisisGiven the political, social, and religious conflicts affecting our world, Whittier College students have a myriad of questions about topics such as the Syrian Refugee Crisis, the terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut, Islamophobia, and terrorist groups such as ISIS/Daesh.

Making An Impact in the Community For More Than a Decade

Lydia Jackson ElementaryFor more than 12 years, Whittier College students have had the opportunity to learn about children's literature and their welfare through the pair course taught by Associate Professor of Education and Child Development Kathleen Ralph and Associate Professor of Social Work Paula Sheridan.   

Tony-Award Winner Susan Egan Performs at Shannon Center's 25th Anniversary

Susan Egan, 25th Anniversary Shannon CenterTony-nominated singer and actress Susan Egan performed along with Whittier College students and faculty members Stephen Cook and Danilo Lozano as part of the Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts 25th season celebrations on Saturday, November 21.

Filmmakers Visit Whittier and Discuss their Work on Environmental Activism in China

LIASE, Chinese Filmmakers, Whittier CollegeInternationally recognized documentary film makers Gary Marcuse and Shi Lihong, and Beijing editor of ChinaDialogue Liu Jianqiang visited Whittier College and Whittier Law School to discuss environmental issues in China in several events with students, faculty, and staff as well as  screenings of their documentaries Waking the Green Tiger and Searching for Sacred Mountain.

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