In the News, Faculty and Staff
Visiting Assistant Professor of English and Journalism Joe Donnelly graced the cover of OC Weekly. Donnelly’s new book…
In the News, Faculty and Staff
According to a recent report by the Education Trust-West, one in five students in California’s K-12 schools are English…
In the News, Faculty and Staff
Prior to the end of March Madness, college basketball teams across the country competed with each other and prayed to…
In the News, Faculty and Staff
In his latest book, L.A. Man: Profiles from a Big City and a Small World, Visiting Assistant Professor of English and…
In the News, Leadership
President Sharon Herzberger was featured in the March issue of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education for her leadership…
In the News, students
More than 38 million tons of food are thrown away every year in this country, according to a 2014 EPA study. At…
In the News, Faculty and Staff
Whittier College Professor of Political Science Joyce P. Kaufman was a recent guest on the history podcast The Road to…
College Affairs, In the News
A new report by The Educational Trust shows the need to prioritize completion rates for underrepresented students While…
In the News
OnStage, a popular theatre blog, has ranked Whittier College’s theatre program as one of “The Top 10 Most Underrated…
In the News
When Adela Lopez was in eighth grade she was ready to drop out of school. But, because of singer will.i.am's College…
In the News
Obama Cabinet Member for Entrepreneurship leads the U.S. Small Business Administration  The lead of the U.S. Small…
In the News
An assessment of LEAP's 2013 Helping Hands Day, carried out by former graduate assistant Asha Nettles under the…
In the News
James “Mudcat” Grant, former top Major League Baseball pitcher and advocate for the history of African Americans in…
In the News
More than four decades have passed since Watergate, one of the greatest presidential scandals in American politics,…
In the News
The 37th President of the United States and Whittier College's most famous alumnus Richard M. Nixon '34, was recently…