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  • Monday, Sep 22
    College Dedicates Time Capsule and Plaque in Campus Center

    Leaders from Whittier College and the City of Whittier dedicated a historic plaque inscribed with a... More

  • Thursday, Sep 25
    Martin Ortiz Programs Honored by Excelencia

    Whittier College's Martin Ortiz Programs were recently recognized with an honorable mention for the... More

  • Monday, Sep 29
    Martin Ortiz '48 Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

    The Ortiz Programs, named after Martin Ortiz (Whittier Class of 1948), seek to expand knowledge and... More

  • Friday, Dec 12
    Jenae Davis '12 Wins "Generation Next" Scholarship

    In high school, Jenae Nicole Davis '12 was told by her music teacher that she couldn't play the cell... More

  • Wednesday, Oct 08
    Award-Winning Authors Headling 2008 Whittier College Writers Festival

    "I started finding my voice as a thinker and as a writer [at Whittier]. [Then] I got on the road of... More

  • Wednesday, Oct 08
    Whittier College Delivers "Portal to the World"

    "In some ways, Whittier College is a typical small liberal arts college:  it has around 1,400 s... More

  • Thursday, Oct 23
    Professor Fred Bergerson Travels to Tel-Aviv to Study Terrorism

    The last time political science professor Fred Bergerson fired an M-16 rifle was in 1968— a lifetime... More

  • Thursday, Oct 30
    Playing the Game to Win: Understanding the Demands of Campus Athletics

    The following are remarks given by President Sharon Herzberger at the American Council on Education'... More

  • Friday, Oct 31
    Internships Offer Whittier Students an Out of the Box Experience

    Mary Pacheco '10 expected an "out of the box" learning experience when she began her teaching intern... More

  • Monday, Oct 20
    Whittier College Welcomes "John Poet"

    John Poet is part of a New York Times "pop quiz," featuring unique college symbols. Whittier's new m... More

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