Alumni
Trees grow so incrementally, people might forget they’re growing right before their eyes. Photo Credit: Kevin Krajick/…
Alumni
Circled around a glowing fire pit, friends and family of Martin Ortiz ’48 fondly remembered his lasting impact on…
Alumni
Martin Ortiz’s '48 dedication to the betterment of students’ lives and education excellence left a permanent mark on…
Alumni
Whittier College Trustee Dori (Wells) Rodi-Shryock ’64 has passed away. Rodi-Shryock was an enthusiastic alumna and…
Alumni
Jorge Quezada ’86 has been named the vice president of diversity and inclusion at Granite, one of the largest…
Alumni
There are seven seats up for grabs in the upcoming Seattle City Council election, and Dan Strauss ’09 is a forerunner…
Alumni
By Ariel Horton ’21 Former Whittier College Trustee Jim Mitchell ’62 was featured in Barron’s magazine, a leading…
Alumni
By Ariel Horton ’21 Nicklaus Brandehoff ’05 is at the forefront of a global effort to reduce the over 100,000 annual…
Alumni, College Affairs
The Whittier College campus was full of Poet Pride during this year’s Homecoming festivities, which featured alumni…
Alumni, College Affairs
Whittier College Trustee Darrell Walker ’76 has passed away at the age of 65. Walker was an outstanding student,…
Alumni
Drawing from her own experiences in overcoming social and economic obstacles, Esperanza Fonseca ’16—a fellow with the…
Alumni
Six outstanding Poets recognized for significant impact on the College and beyond. Whittier College announces the…
Alumni
Developed by Edwin Keh ’79, chief executive of the Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel, the Garment-to…
Alumni
Manny Chavez ’19 will soon depart to Africa to begin training as a health volunteer with the Peace Corps; he will help…
Alumni
By: Ariel Horton '21 Jennifer De Ladurantey ’94 has been selected as Toll Middle School’s 13th principal in the school’…