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Smirk!

When former scientist and innovative juggling ace Warren Hammond and Ringling clown Reid Belstock put together a show, you get Smirk!  This show embodies the best that family entertainment has to offer; a visual display of human skill and precision, and timeless humor with all the subtlety of an atom-smasher.

This family show is a free performance in honor of the Ruth B. Shannon Center's 25th anniversary. Tickets are required. 

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Poet Summer Series: Institutional Research & Assessment

Who we are, what we do, and how we can help you accomplish your goals.

With Director of Institutional Research and Assessment Gary Whisenand '72 and Associate Director of Assessment Susana Santos.

Boone Isaacs '71 Re-elected President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Cheryl Boone Isaacs, Whittier College Alumna, Ampas, OscarsFilm marketing executive Cheryl Boone Isaacs '71 has been re-elected as the President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Ampas) for a third term. For the past two years, she has worked to help diversify the Academy, the world's preeminent movie related organization, comprised of more than 7,000 men and women working in cinema. 

Major League Baseball Chats with Professor of Religion Joe Price

Joe Price, Whittier College, Institute for Baseball StudiesMichael Clair from Major League Baseball's Cut4 blog recently visited the Institute for Baseball Studies and sat down with Professor of Religious Studies Joe Price to talk about the history and mission of the Institute, past Institute events, and Price's research interest in religion and baseball.

Price also commented on the upcoming courses he will teach related to baseball.

The Institute for Baseball Studies Receives Major Donation

Negro Leagues, Baseball, Memorabilia, Whittier College, Institute for Baseball StudiesWhittier College's Institute for Baseball Studies received a major donation of memorabilia from the Negro Leagues.  The collection includes more than 300 baseballs signed by Negro Leagues' players, as well as signed photographs and postcards, statues and figurines, and a variety of ephemera. 

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