Alumni, students
  (L-R) Mariah Baker, Tiffany Reyes, and Ann Bailleul June 23 marks International Women in Engineering Day—a…
Faculty and Staff, students
This summer, students in biology professor Sylvia Lopez-Vetrone’s ’99 course, Disease and Immunity: Friends and Enemies…
Faculty and Staff, students
This summer, students taking a class called The Bitter Side of Chocolate took a different look at the beloved treat. …
students
  “We made sure that no veteran was left behind, that each of them was set up for success,” said Aaron Mendoza ’20 on…
students
The Department of Art and Visual Studies is graduating its first cohort of digital art and design majors, three years…
students
“Enlisting in the military allowed me to play a part in ensuring the safety of my fellow marines and the freedoms…
students
Serving in the military showed Amber Doty ’22 she has what it takes to be a leader and reach her goals. Doty developed…
students
Joshua Elsen ’20 (left) and Patrick Tsu ’20 (right) are part of the first graduating cohort of student veterans at…
students
A combination of experiences in and out of the classroom helped Destinee Moya ’20 shape her Whittier experience and…
students
Combining business, sociology, social work, and political science through the Whittier Scholars Program (WSP),…
students
Change makers, leaders, social justice activists, athletes, and humanitarians. These are a few examples of the…
students
Born and raised in the city of Whittier, as a college student, Piper Lowinger ’20 has had the opportunity to travel the…
students
Gabriel Perez ‘20 is a writer and a poet interested in studying and writing about working-class communities of color,…
students
Guided by her passion for social justice and public health, Taylor Beckwith ’20 is working to make a difference in the…
students
The Associated Students of Whittier College (ASWC) has announced the recipients of their annual awards. The awards…