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President Herzberger at Memorial Field. Commencement at Whittier College is a very special event.

We are proud of our graduates and look forward to celebrating their academic accomplishments.

  • Wednesday, Mar 05
    Theatre Department Stages "Hairspray the Musical"

    Hairspray the Musical will be coming to the Whittier College stage March 5-8 at 8 p.m. and Marc... More

  • Tuesday, Feb 25
    Whittier Alumna Named as New Leaders Council Fellow

    Criminal defense attorney Armilla Staley-Ngomo ’03 has been named a 2014 New Leaders Council (NLC) F... More

  • Tuesday, Feb 25
    Whittier College Official Training Site For LA KISS Arena Football Team

    Whittier College’s Memorial Stadium will be the official training facility for Arena Football League... More

  • Tuesday, Feb 18
    High Achievers Named to Fall 2013 Dean's List

    Whittier College has named 232 undergraduate students to the Fall 2013 Dean's List. Undergraduate st... More

  • Sunday, Sep 07
    Professor Gil Gonzalez tackles Monday Night Football

    Look for theater Professor Gil Gonzalez in between football games this season. Professor Gonzalez st... More

Mark Allen Lecture

Mark Allen is a Los Angeles-based artist and curator as well as an Associate Professor of Art at Pomona College. He is the founder and executive director of Machine Project, a non-profit performance and installation space investigating art, technology, natural history, science, music, literature, and food in an informal storefront in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. Machine Project also operates as an informal team of artists who collaborate to present work at locations ranging from beaches to museums to parking lots.

  • Wednesday, Feb 12
    Whittier College President Heads NCAA Division III President’s Council

    Whittier College President Sharon Herzberger has been elected to serve as chair of the National Coll... More

  • Thursday, Feb 13
    A Whittier College Love Story

    Eric Colunga ’12 and Alyssa De Santiago ’10 hardly imagined that a Whittier College toga party would... More