Senate Senior Spotlight: Alex Coco

Alex Coco is a senior on both Senate and PSALA. He strives to want to make Whittier a place of community for all.

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2022 Midterms Roundup

Here is a roundup of the 2022 Midterms, as of ten a.m on November 10th from Associated Press. Results may change.

A helpful infographic showcasing the different propositions there are for the 2022 Midterms.

Progressive Voters Guide to Midterms 2022

The midterm elections are coming up November 8th, so here is a helpful guide on progressive politicians and propositions to vote for.

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Don’t Worry There Is No Feminism

Don’t Worry Darling has been claimed to be a feminist film, but does this psychological thriller represent feminism?

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Ashley Duenas ‘Slays’ the ASWC 2022 Presidency

Ashley Duenas is the President for ASWC for the 2022-2023 year, but she never thought she would get involved in student government.

From Breweries to Balyages

Lizette Louise has had many ups and down in her life, but she can finally achieve her dreams with a strong community by her side.

My Body, My Choice – Unless It Involves My Pussy!

Roe v. Wade is once again under attack by the Supreme Court’s conservative majority. We must stand against them and fight back.

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Professor McBride Breaks Down the Grueling History Between Russia and Ukraine

On March 2, 2022, Professor of Political Science Professor McBride gave a lecture on the current Russia Ukraine conflict.

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Why Online Classes are for the Best this Semester

COVID-19 is far from over, and people are still getting infected daily, which is why online classes are the safer option for students.

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The Women’s March Undoubtedly Promotes White Feminism

Last year, for the first time, the Women’s March excluded Black Lives Matter revealing how the march caters to white feminism.