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  • Monday, Apr 21
    Whittier College Honors Convocation Recognizes Outstanding Poets

    More than 100 Whittier College students were bestowed with various honors from departments and colle... More

  • Monday, Apr 21
    Honors Convocation Keynote Address: “The Residue of Design”

    By Brian A. Reed, M.F.A., Professor of Theater and Communication Arts It is a great privilege... More

Telling Stories - 77th Annual Bach Festival

By Lighmary Flores ’17

For a few days last week, the walls of Memorial Chapel resonated with the rich and beautiful tones of Johan Sebastian Bach as Whittier College hosted the 77th Annual Bach Festival, the oldest collegiate Bach festival west of the Mississippi.

  • Monday, Mar 31
    2014 Whittier College Writers Festival

    Whittier College will celebrate the literary works of notable writers and artists during the 201... More

  • Thursday, Mar 27
    77th Annual Whittier College Bach Festival will celebrate "Bach and the Cantata"

    Whittier College presents the 77th Annual Bach Festival—the oldest collegiate Bach festival... More

  • Tuesday, Mar 25
    Jesuit Priest Fr. Gregory Boyle Announced as Whittier College Commencement Speaker

    Humanitarian Jesuit Priest Father Gregory Boyle will give the keynote address at Whittier College's... More

The Los Angeles KISS, Southern California's newest professional arena football team, will face the Portland Thunder during its home season opener on April 5 at the Honda Center. The KISS’s season runs through August and includes nine (9) home games.  

  • Friday, Mar 07
    Philosophy Professsor Named Hartley House Master

    Professor of Philosophy Paul Kjellberg has been appointed the new Hartley House Faculty Mas... More

2014 Writer's Festival: Craft Talk with Ron Carlson

As part of the Whittier College Writers Festival, author Ron Carlson will be hosting a Craft Talk on Tues., April 29 at 4 p.m. at Wardman Library. Admission is free and open to the public. He will also be hosting a Reading and Q&A after the talk, beginning at 7:00 p.m.