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  • Tuesday, Feb 26
    Martin Ortiz '48 Featured in the San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    At 88, Martin Ortiz '48, director emeritus of the Center of Mexican American Affairs at Whittier Col... More

  • Tuesday, Feb 26
    STEVE HARVEY's "Only in L.A."

    In his weekly column for the Los Angeles Times, Steve Harvey pondered on the outcome of an imagined... More

  • Monday, Feb 25
    "The Listening Array" Exhibit Opens at Greenleaf Gallery

    Greenleaf Gallery at Whittier College is pleased to present the upcoming exhibition by Megan and Mur... More

  • Sunday, Feb 10
    President Responds to NY Times Article, "Endowments Widen Higher Education Gap" (02.04.08)

    In a letter to the editor, President Sharon Herzberger makes the case that size of endowment does no... More

  • Sunday, Feb 10
    Professor's Work Featured in New-York Historical Society (N-YHS) "Books that Matter" Campaign

    Tigers, Rice, Silk and Silt: Environment and Economy in Late Imperial South China by Robert Marks, t... More

  • Sunday, Feb 03
    Alumnus' First Book Generates Buzz, Reviewed in Sunday New York Times

    Beautiful Children, the inaugural novel by alumnus Charles Bock '91, has decidedly attracted the att... More

  • Thursday, Jan 24
    Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratorical Contest Winners Share Modern Take on Hero's Message

    The annual contest honors the premier civil rights leader of the 20th century, Dr. Martin Luther Kin... More

  • Wednesday, Jan 16
    Kourtney Zilbert '11 Named "Player of the Week" by SCIAC

    Women's basketball forward Kourtney Zilbert '11 has been named the Southern California Intercollegia... More

  • Tuesday, Jan 01
    Whittier Professor-Composer Premieres Original Works at Carnegie Hall

      A concert featuring original works by composer and associate professor of music at Whittie... More

  • Wednesday, Dec 16
    Wardman Library Showcases Exhibit of Days Past

    Gathering old black-and-white photos, scrapbooks, dance cards, and other items of memorabilia dating... More

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