Hall is first and foremost a street artist who is artistically known as “M.” She is finally getting to show her art to the world.
It is the beginning of September, meaning the start of sports for Whittier College, the Women’s Volleyball team being one of them.
The Men’s Basketball team went on a trip to Rio de Janeiro, that consisted of both on the court duties and off the court experiences.
On August 24, President Biden issued a plan which intends to erase up to $20,000 of student debt for loan borrowers.
It is a new year for sports as orientation starts this week. Many of our returning athletes and coaches are excited for the new year.
Angélica Escobar Editor in Chief The Commute I always start my morning at 7 a.m. with a fifteen-minute drive to campus. On the way, I stop and get a cup of coffee to help me get through my very busy day which often includes classes, my on-campus jobs, and some much-needed downtime with friends. I […]
Living in the dorms can be scary, especially if it is your first time living away from home. Here are some tips from managing editor Abby Padilla on what it’s like living in the dorms.
As the 2022-2023 school year begins there are new guidelines regarding COVID-19 and Monkeypox at Whittier College.
Confucius may have had Sherlock in mind when he said, ‘To learn something and then have a chance to put it into practice — Isn’t that a joy?’
The time has come once again to choose housing for the next school year! The priority housing deadline is April 24.