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1st Annual World Showcase

Visit more than 15 countries right here on the Whittier College Campus.  Visitors to the World Showcase can pick up a Passport at the information table and use it to visit China, Cuba, England, Kosovo, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela and many more countries.  Passports full of visa stamps will be entered into a raffle for a variety of prizes. Other entertainment will include dancers, music, and an international fashion show!  So, spend part of your day visiting the world.

International Film Series Presents "Amelie"

“Amélie” tells the story of an innocent and naïve girl in Paris. 

With her own sense of justice, she decides to help those around her and along the way, discovers love. 

This film is in French with English subtitles. 

Pizza, snacks, and soda will be provided.

Inside Latin Jazz: Ramon Stagnaro

Ramon StagnaroThe Inside Latin Jazz series continues to offer fascinating and penetrating onstage interviews with leading Latin Jazz artists. Moderated by flute soloist and Professor at Whittier College, Danilo Lozano, this is something every lover of music will not want to miss. See upcoming event dates below.

Whittier Hosts Annual MMUF Conference

MMUF ConferenceFellows and coordinators from Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship's (MMUF) seven west coast member institutions visited Whittier College for their Annual Regional Undergraduate Conference from October 30 to November 2.

Holiday Dinner

2014 Whittier College Holiday Dinner
Noel!
both nights feature…

Whittier College Choir & Soloists, Voce and our newly formed
Show Choir (Poetivity) and Chamber Singers
Music Department Instrumental Ensembles & the Broadoaks Children’s Choir

Seating is limited, please reserve early.

Download menu and reservation form

Holiday Dinner

2014 Whittier College Holiday Dinner
Noel!
both nights feature…

Whittier College Choir & Soloists, Voce and our newly formed
Show Choir (Poetivity) and Chamber Singers
Music Department Instrumental Ensembles & the Broadoaks Children’s Choir

Seating is limited, please reserve early.

Download menu and reservation form. 

AIDS Memorial Quilt Exhibition

Begun in 1987 to memorialize and celebrate the lives of friends and family members lost to AIDS, today the AIDS Memorlal Quilt has grown to become the largest community art project of all time, composed of more than 48,000 individual memorial panels & weighing an estimated 54 tons.

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