Add to Calendar 2019-05-05 14:00:00
America/Los_AngelesThe Walkers Opening Reception and Artist Talk Online Form - Walker Project Unveiling Event
Whittier College Campus, A. J. Villalobos Hall (doors open at 1:30 p.m.)
Add to Calendar 2019-05-07 12:30:31
America/Los_AngelesPublication Celebration of Nature in the World: Chinese and American Ecopoetry Publication Celebration of Republic of Apples, Democracy of Oranges: New Eco-Poetry from China and the United States is edited by Frank Stewart, Ming Di and Professor of English Tony Barnstone.
This is a group reading of California writers, including Whittier students and professors, whose work is included in Nature in the World: Chinese and American Ecopoetry, which will be published this spring as a special issue of the literary magazine Manoa, and released later as a book from the University of Hawaii Press. This book is one of the fruits nourished by the Luce Foundation grant (LIASE) directed by Professor of Religious Studies Jake Carbine. Among the Whittier students published are Natalie Fenaroli '18, Brianna Lyn Sahagian-Limas '17, and Trent Beauchamp-Sanchez '19. Among the faculty and staff published are Michelle Chihara, Scott Creley, Denise Wong Velasco, and Tony Barnstone. California writers expected to attend and read include Chad Sweeney, Sandra Alcosser, Elena Karina Byrne and Mark Irwin.
Add to Calendar 2019-05-07 17:00:00
America/Los_AngelesPresidential Listening Tour: Downtown San Diego Gather with alumni, families, and friends to meet Whittier College's 15th President, Linda Oubré.
University Club atop Symphony Towers
Add to Calendar 2019-05-11 16:00:48
America/Los_AngelesLatinx Graduation The Latinx Graduation is an intimate bilingual celebration where family, friends, and community members come together to highlight the achievements and personal success of graduating seniors, in the spirit and traditions of Latino cultures.
Add to Calendar 2019-05-13 17:00:25
America/Los_AngelesAsian/Pacific Islander Graduation The API Graduation honors the academic and personal achievements of our graduating students of Asian and Pacific Islander descent.
Campus Center Courtyard