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Amy Biehl Foundation Human Rights Program for High School Students Presentation Day

High school students participating in the Amy Biehl Foundation Human Rights Program for High School Students (ABF Program) will present their research on human rights abuses throughout the world. This is the culmination of a semester's worth of research and involves students from the Whittier Union High School District, Millikan High School in Long Beach, CA, and Cornelia Connelly School in Anaheim, CA.

College & Community Expo

The community engagement projects Whittier College students, faculty and staff have worked on for the 2015-2016 academic year will be on display. Please come and hear students present the work they've done in partnership with community organizations. This is the premier event of the Center for Engagement with Communities, highlighting the wide variety of partnerships forged to solve community problems.

Whittier's Rocking Students: Gabriela Salgado '17

Gabriela Salgado, Whittier College, Research FellowshipsGabriela Salgado ’17 dreams of becoming an ethnic studies college professor and she’s well on her way to achieving her career goal. The Whittier Scholars Program student and Hawthorne native, is maximizing her opportunities at Whittier College to explore her interests in languages, culture, and social sciences.

Whittier Poets Achieve SCIAC Championship Trifecta

Whittier College softball teamFor the first time in Whittier College's history, Poet Athletics earned three conference championships in one school year. The men's and women's water polo teams dominated the pool in the 2014-2015 season, bringing home two conference trophies. The third SCIAC championship of the year for the Purple and Gold came from the softball team led by head coach Dee Dee Kingsbury.