Faculty and Staff
One of Whittier’s longest-serving and most popular professors, Fred Bergerson, passed away earlier today. During his…
Alumni
In a town destroyed by the recent California wildfires, Paradise High School basketball coach Jerry Cleek ’65 won’t let…
Faculty and Staff
The opportunity to meet and speak with a writer whose work they’ve just read in class can be an exciting experience for…
Alumni
Sitting on top of the back seat of a 1968 red convertible Corvette, Andrea Barber ’99 waved to the cheering crowds as…
students
Taylor Beckwith ’20 put her award-winning policy and advocacy skills into practice as she helped craft a major change…
College Affairs
The senior leadership team of Whittier College is gaining three new appointees who will bring a wealth of experience to…
Faculty and Staff
Professor Emeritus of Music Stephen Gothold ’63 passed away on December 5, 2018 at the age of 77. Gothold served as…
Faculty & Student Collaboration
President Richard Nixon '34 created the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) via executive order on December 2, 1970.…
Alumni
Stephanie Alcala ’15 loves coffee. She’s made a career out of it. While Alcala loves to drink a nice cup of java in the…
Faculty and Staff
Public understanding of the social construction of race and the concept of race-based science has been studied, taught…
students
Three Whittier College students have won the opportunity to compete at a prestigious theatre festival following a…
Faculty & Student Collaboration
It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play is coming back this holiday season for a showing this Wednesday, Dec. 5 at the…
Alumni
Entrepreneur Jasmine Star ’02 has heard a lot of noes throughout her career. Today, she is recognized as one of the top…
students
Kelly Santos ’19 understands how a movie comes together in editing. Every choice an editor makes in piecing together…
In the News, Faculty and Staff
A new KCET documentary series Tending Nature highlights the Ohlone people, who populated much of what is now the San…