Finding A Happily Ever After in Mercedes Brookins’ Poetry

You Deserve A Happily Ever After goes on a journey of self-love and healing that reminds us that we can and do deserve a happily ever after.

Theatre’s Return to Whittier College

The Whittier College theatre department is up and running. Here are the shows you can expect for the 2021-2022 production season.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: Reclaiming a Hero

Run, don’t walk, to go see Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings in theaters right now. I promise you won’t be disappointed.

Two members of the Asian Student Association at the Activities Fair.

The Asian Student Association: A Safe Space

The Asian Student Association is a welcoming, safe space for APIDA students across the Whittier College campus.

Sip and Snack Series: Lift Coffee

Lift Coffee, on the corner of Greenleaf and Bailey, is a perfect coffee shop for the before-class caffeine kick WC students often need.

Whittier College upper quad stairs to wardman at dusk with lights on

Whittier College to “Fully Re-Open:” What to Expect

After over a year of distance learning, Whittier College announced that campus will be fully reopening for the Fall 2021 semester.

Keylee Leong and the Art of Transforming Poetry

Keylee Long strives to write poetry to help change the stigma that poetry is just tacky, depressing, or grossly romantic.

Jordan Garcia reading.

Senior Send-Off: Jordan Garcia, Future Librarian

Jordan Garcia knows that a career in which she’s surrounded by books and helping others discover new information is the right one for her.

Meme Culture, Sculptures, Charity — Oh My! The Tales of Gia Honne

If you’ve ever met third-year Gia Honne, “bold” would definitely be the first word that comes to mind to describe their style.

Memoriam, by Whittier Alumna Lauren Swintek: Heart-Wrenching Story of Grief

Whittier ‘20 alumna Lauren Swintek captures the complexity of grief in a beautifully eerie way in her short film Memoriam.