Mike Rizzo earned his 300th victory on Friday afternoon as the Whittier College Baseball team edged the Sagehens of Pomona-Pitzer 8-7 at Memorial Field.
Rizzo becomes the first Whittier College baseball coach to earn this milestone and is the longest tenured head coach in the history of the program as he begins his 18th season at the helm of the Poet baseball program.
Guilford Hall, former home of Whittier College’s mail room and music department, embarked on a journey to Uptown Whittier this past Friday. The building was moved from its location adjacent to the Campus Center to the corner of Penn Street and Comstock Avenue where it will be converted into affordable housing.
ASA is hosting Asian Night Market which will be a cultural and insightful experience! The evening will consist of 4 performances, including WC’s very own Halo Halo, an array of cuisine, and various activities throughout the night.
Spread the luck with the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day and learn about St. Patrick’s. Newman club will be outside the CI where students will be able to write a message on shamrocks that will be delivered to a local convalescent home.
Cool down with a traditional Hawaiian treat brought to you by the Hawaiian Islanders
Come join Halo Halo and learn how to Tinkling. Tinkling is a dance involving two people beating, tapping, and sliding bamboo poles on the ground and against each other in coordination with one or more dancers who step over and in between the poles in a dance.
This year’s Whittier College Department of Economics Senior Projects tackled topics ranging from the relationship between marriage and economics to financing of terrorist groups in Africa. Eleven students brought awareness about social issues through different economic methodologies used in their projects as they presented in A. J. Villalobos Hall on February 3.
Hubert Perry ’35 – alumnus, former member of the Board of Trustees and surely one of the longest living Poets – died on February 20. He was 102.