students
Jessica Hernandez ’19 stood at the railing, looking out a fantastic panorama of a sparkling bay, the bustling streets…
students
Daniela Vega ’19 is shining a light on the integral role women have played in labor movement history. Vega, a history…
students
Leah Boynton                     Fabiola Flores                       Kent Michael Tran                     DaEun Lee…
students
On the days leading up to Commencement, four cultural graduate celebrations were held on campus recognizing the…
students
Spencer VanDerStarren ’20 looked through his long camera lens and saw water buffalo grazing in the shallow waters and…
students
Recent graduate Leah Boynton ’18 has already carved out a career path for herself. This fall, she will travel across…
students
Fabiola Flores ’18 is a daughter of immigrants, the youngest of four siblings, and a first-generation college student.…
students
As a biology and chemistry double-major, Kent Michael Tran ’18 didn’t just spend his time at Whittier learning about…
students
This week, DaEun Lee ’18 will be graduating Magna Cum Laude from Whittier College and will soon be starting a new job…
students
Trevor Tuma ’18 wants to help undergraduates get the most out of their scientific research. The benefits of…
students
From working as a campus tour guide and peer mentor to being an active member of the dance club, program board, and the…
College Affairs, Leadership, students
Whittier College celebrated the 17th Annual Latino Graduates Celebration in the Harris Amphitheatre. During the…
students
The stunning accomplishments of student artists—from animators to sculptors, from painters to photographers—were…
College Affairs, students
Whittier College will celebrate the 17th Annual Latino Graduates Celebration on Saturday, May 12 at 4 p.m. in the…
students
During her four years at Whittier College, Esther Nailah Hills ’18 has contributed countless hours to the College…