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Alma Martinez ’84 plays resilient Latina business owner, Lupe, on the new breakout Netflix show, Gentefied.  The series…
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Students interested in pursuing healthcare careers enjoyed an early look into their futures. During the annual Pre-…
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Pedro Perez ’13 left Whittier well equipped for a career in making a real difference—from under-served schools to the…
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Jennice Ontiveros ’11 will help bring to life the complex and compelling science of the Cosmos: Possible Worlds…
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Annalee Paulo ’96 has been promoted to executive vice president at 42West, a leading public relations firm in the…
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Steven Hodge '00 is bringing his love for pastries to a new food competition: Food Network Canada's The Great…
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With the recent opening of Poet Gardens, Ricardo Diaz ’93 continues to grow his culinary empire in Whittier. The new…
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The cameras were rolling, and two Bernie Sanders (of sorts) faced each other. Actor and comedian James Adomian ’02…
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Trees grow so incrementally, people might forget they’re growing right before their eyes. Photo Credit: Kevin Krajick/…
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Circled around a glowing fire pit, friends and family of Martin Ortiz ’48 fondly remembered his lasting impact on…
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Martin Ortiz’s '48 dedication to the betterment of students’ lives and education excellence left a permanent mark on…
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Whittier College Trustee Dori (Wells) Rodi-Shryock ’64 has passed away. Rodi-Shryock was an enthusiastic alumna and…
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Jorge Quezada ’86 has been named the vice president of diversity and inclusion at Granite, one of the largest…
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There are seven seats up for grabs in the upcoming Seattle City Council election, and Dan Strauss ’09 is a forerunner…
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By Ariel Horton ’21 Former Whittier College Trustee Jim Mitchell ’62 was featured in Barron’s magazine, a leading…