International Student and Study Abroad Returnee Graduates Celebration is a ceremony sponsored by the OIP, International Club, and Faculty Master Paul Kjellberg to celebrate the academic success and achievement of Whittier students. A reception will immediately follow the ceremony.
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Poets are leaders. This is the case of Jillian Infusino '16 who is the National Venturing Vice President for the Boy Scouts of America. Venturing is a youth development program for young men and women whose purpose is to help young people mature, prepare them to become responsible adults, and build character, citizenship and fitness.
Devi Veysey ‘16, a double major in child development and theatre has always been surrounded by creative people. "My dad would carry a video camera and make home videos of us when we were growing up. Later on, my sister and my cousin got involved in filmmaking and I picked up some skills from them, " said Veysey.
Tiny the Giraffe brought cheer and joy to Poets of all ages during his memorable appearance at Spring Fest Carnival hosted by the ASWC Program Board, an effect that did not go unnoticed by the College's administration and student leaders. As a result, new funds have been allocated to adopt Tiny and bring him to Whittier College permanently.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will serve as Commencement Speaker at Whittier College’s 112th Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 15, 2015. The celebration will take place at Memorial Stadium on the Whittier College campus.
Associate Professor of Anthropology Ann M. Kakaliouras has received an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Mid-Career Fellowship entitled "Thinking the Humanities in the 21st Century" at the Whitney Humanities Center at Yale University for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Gloria Molina: Lessons on Leadership
In a conversation moderated by Whittier College President Sharon Herzberger, former Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina will share insight on leadership with the Whittier College community.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Gloria Molina became the first Latina ever to be elected to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on February 19, 1991.