Political Scientist Raymond Rocco of the UCLA Latin American Institute will discuss his new book, Transforming Citizenship: Democracy, Membership, and Belonging in Latino Communities.
Diversity Council organizations, The Office of International Program’s Global Ambassadors, and students from Kaplan International English will share their culture through interactive activities, food and dance. The carnival is focused on providing the student body an opportunity to explore different cultures and countries through activities, food and interaction with one another. The event will feature a baby giraffe, mechanical surf board, rock climbing wall, and more!
Nothing compares to the real-world business situations that an international experience presents. Especially when you get to travel to the largest economy of the world and visit places such as Shanghai, Xiamen, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong.
Writing has always been a creative outlet for Kelsey Kwong ’15 who majors in chemistry and minors in French and music. She is grateful for her professors at Whittier College who have guided and inspired her to find her voice as a writer. Kwong’s latest poem 3 Tanka will be published in UCLA's Literary Print Journal Westwind this spring.
Lady Zen: Jazz, Blues, Poems
Alzenira Santos Amaral de Quezada) is an internationally known lyric poet who performs
commissioned art as a director, performance poet, and vocalist for numerous venues,
colleges, and festivals across the US, Europe, Mexico and Brazil. As a teaching artist, she
presents workshops for young writers through poet laureate Wes McNair’s Imagination
Members of OMEP-Whittier College recently presented a check to the local charity Shelter’s Right Hand (SRH) in the amount of $1,261. These proceeds will go a long way for SRH, an auxiliary to the Women's and Children's Crisis Shelter. The funds were raised through the annual Jog-a-Thon sponsored by OMEP-Whittier College and The Broadoaks School.
Justice reform advocate John Maki ’98 was recently appointed executive director of the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority by Governor Bruce Rauner.
Mosab Hassan Yousef, an author whose life was the subject of the documentary The Green Prince, and the autobiography Son of Hamas will be the 2015 Feinberg Lecture speaker on March 5 at 7 p.m. at the A. J. Villalobos Hall at Whittier College, 13406 Philadelphia Street, Whittier, CA 90608. Hassan is the eldest son of a founding member of Hamas, who worked as a spy for Israel’s security service for a decade.