Addison Crane has a foot in many ponds, so to speak, yet meets each activity with equal excitement and dedication.
Higher education institutes, such as Whittier College, will be able to host socially-distanced and masked outdoor graduation celebrations.
After nearly one year of COVID-19, it is clear that the lessons we ought to have learned in the 1918 pandemic continue to go unregarded.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, the Womxn’s Leadership Association hosted a self-love event this Friday, Feb. 12 at 4:30 p.m.
A new stay-at-home order is issued in California, but is undermined by Gov. Newsom’s recent bad example at following orders himself.
Dr. Sara Angevine’s class hosted the community discussion panel, Let’s Process the Process: Election 2020 Virtual Panel
Justice Amy Coney Barrett could not name all five rights outlined in the First Amendment. Is she really qualified for her new position?
OEI’s “Educate Yourself” training series, a workshop focusing on providing students with tools to learn more about inclusivity and advocacy.
The QC dove into historical archives of newspapers from the 1918 pandemic to uncover the story of Whittier’s first major pandemic experience.