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  • Thursday, Apr 29
    International Community Celebrated at Whittier

    Fifty flags reflecting Whittier College's international community have been installed in the West Di... More

  • Monday, May 03
    A Word Accompanied by Light by Nilo Cruz

    As spoken by: Nilo Cruz. President Sharon Herzberger, Professor Jennifer Holmes, students of Whit... More

  • Tuesday, May 04
    Pulitzer Prize Winning Playwright Becomes Honorary Poet

    Award winning dramatist Nilo Cruz delivered a special lecture at Whittier College last night marking... More

Undergraduate Fellowships Information Session and Reception

Open to all Whittier students, this information session and reception is your opportunity to meet fellowship advisors, learn about fellowship applications, and mix and mingle with current fellows.

Dessert will be provided. No RSVP is necessary.

Fellowships to be discussed include:

  • Wednesday, May 12
    Professor Danny Jauregui's Work Exhibited in the Greenleaf Gallery

    The Whittier College Greenleaf Gallery's most recent exhibit featured work by art professor and emer... More

  • Friday, May 14
    Whittier College Hosts Citizens of Burma Award

    Whittier College recently hosted the "Citizen of Burma Award." The event honored five finalists who... More

  • Sunday, May 16
    Author Geoff Shepard '66 Explores Five Watergate Scenarios

    Author and lawyer Geoff Shepard will participate in a special forum, "Five Watergate Conspiracies,"... More

  • Sunday, May 16
    Parent of Freshman Reviews Son's Whittier Experience, Revs Up for His Summer Homecoming on "Dallas Morning News" blog

    Nancy Churnin, journalist for the Dallas Morning News and parent of Sam Granberry '13, focused her l... More

  • Wednesday, May 19
    Latino Alumni Mentors Host Etiquette Dinner

    The Latina Alumnae Mentorship Program (LAMP) and the newly formed brother organization, Mentoring Ex... More

  • Friday, May 21
    Greenleaf Gallery Features Art Students' Prized Works

    The Studio Arts Department held their annual end-of-the year juried exhibit of student works. The... More