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It's a Wonderful Life - A Live Radio Play"

It's A Wonderful LifeThe wildly popular, classic, holiday film, It’s a Wonderful Life, has been adapted into a quick-paced and entertaining live performance radio play.  Adapted by Joe Landry, It’s a Wonderful Life:  A Live Radio Play will be staged as a benefit reading for the Enceladus Theatre Company, Wednesday, December 3, 2014 at 7:30 P.M.

Thanksgiving Dinner

Appetizers/Games at 4:00 pm
Dinner at 5:30 pm  
Any Whittier College community member (faculty, staff, students, friends/family) is welcome to attend and can sign up HERE
Click HERE if you wish to donate a dish. 

First-Year Fridays

For any First-Year students who want to get acquainted with the career resources on campus, the Center for Career Planning and Internships is holding an informal lunch with our wonderful office advisers. Ask question, learn about various topics in career building, and take the first steps in your professional life.

Grad School Seminar Pt. 3- Fellowships

Finally, we will learn the in's and out's of Fellowships and how they can be useful in your Graduate School process.

Part 3, "Fellowships", will be presided over by Dr. Rosemary Carbine and a member of the Career staff. RSVP at Poet Paths.

Grad School Seminar Pt. 2- Application Process

Now that we've researched some Graduate Schools, learn how to apply effectively during this session. 

Part 2, "Application Process", will again be presided over by a representative from Roseman University College of Nursing and a member of the Career staff. RSVP on Poet Paths.

International Diners Program

Join us as we explore another restaurant in Uptown Whittier.  In previous months, we have experienced Mexican and Thai – this event will take us to Europe!  Join us  for a no-host dinner at 5:30pm at the Rusty Monk on Greenleaf.  Reservations are required - contact Kerry at to reserve your spot by Wednesday, November 19th at 4pm.  

Kaplan Open House

Learn more about Kaplan!  Stop by their English language school, meet some of the students, get a tour, play some games, and learn more about our neighbors.